Repeated sequences in the DNA of Drosophila and their localization in giant chromosomes View Full Text


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1970-03

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Wolfgang Hennig, Ingrid Hennig, Hans Stein

ABSTRACT

It is shown by isopycnic density gradient centrifugation that the DNAs of the sibling species Drosophila hydei, Drosophila neohydei and Drosophila pseudoneohydei differ regarding the numbers and proportions of satellite DNA bands. An overwhelming proportion of all repetitive nucleotide sequences of the DNA is contained in these satellite fractions. The majority of the satellites are species specific despite the close phylogenetic and cytological relationship between the three species studied. — By in situ hybridization experiments it is demonstrated that the various satellite sequences occupy different positions within the chromosomes. All types of localization patterns, from a wide spread occurrence in all chromosomes to an apparent restriction to kinetochore regions of single chromosomes, have been observed. Main band DNA, on the other hand, in its hybridization behavior reflects the DNA distribution according to the banding pattern in giant chromosomes. Generally satellite sequences seem to be included in α-heterochromatic chromosome regions but no relation to the heterochromatin of the Y-chromosome was found. — Renaturation studies support various evidence that satellite sequences occur in tandemly repetitious units. At least some of this repetitious material seems to be linked to non-satellite DNA sequences or to DNA of other satellites. More... »

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31-63

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