Recurrent pole-to-pole movements of the sex chromosome during prometaphase I in Melanoplus differentials spermatocytes View Full Text


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1961-01

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R. Bruce Nicklas

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The behavior of the X-chromosome in Melanoplus differentialis during the spermatocyte prometaphase-metaphase I has been studied in living and in fixed material.During this time the X usually makes several movements from one pole to the other. With few exceptions these movements cover the whole interpolar distance without pauses or reversals of direction. The kinetochore leads the way to the pole. In a single cell the path of the X is usually the same in all the pole-to-pole movements, and the velocity of movement shows little change as prometaphase progresses. Kinetochore and spindle fiber reorientation precede each pole-to-pole trip. The one unpredictable feature is the length of time spent at a pole before beginning another movement.The results are considered in relation to the congression, orientation, and distribution behavior of prometaphase chromosomes generally. It is concluded that our present conceptions of chromosome orientation and distribution cannot explain these processes in the X-chromosome. The information now available is consistent with the conception that X-chromosome movements are the result of forces whose direction and origin are the same as those producing autosomal congression. X-chromosome behavior is consistent with the view that poleward forces involved in congression decline during prometaphase. The behavior of the X-chromosome in Melanoplus differentialis during the spermatocyte prometaphase-metaphase I has been studied in living and in fixed material. During this time the X usually makes several movements from one pole to the other. With few exceptions these movements cover the whole interpolar distance without pauses or reversals of direction. The kinetochore leads the way to the pole. In a single cell the path of the X is usually the same in all the pole-to-pole movements, and the velocity of movement shows little change as prometaphase progresses. Kinetochore and spindle fiber reorientation precede each pole-to-pole trip. The one unpredictable feature is the length of time spent at a pole before beginning another movement. The results are considered in relation to the congression, orientation, and distribution behavior of prometaphase chromosomes generally. It is concluded that our present conceptions of chromosome orientation and distribution cannot explain these processes in the X-chromosome. The information now available is consistent with the conception that X-chromosome movements are the result of forces whose direction and origin are the same as those producing autosomal congression. X-chromosome behavior is consistent with the view that poleward forces involved in congression decline during prometaphase. More... »

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97-115

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