Sequences related to the maize transposable elementAc in the genusZea View Full Text


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DATE

1990-06

AUTHORS

M. A. Johns

ABSTRACT

In light of previous data, which suggested thatAc-like sequences might have undergone a significant radiation in the recent past, I examined the copy number ofAc-like sequences in representatives of all theZea taxa, both maize and teosinte. The maize and teosinte samples contained approximately equal numbers ofAc-like sequences. FewAc-like sequences were in unmethylated regions of DNA. Unmethylated elements were distributed randomly among both maize and teosinte lines. The appearance in a line of a discrete band resulting from digestion with one methylation-sensitive restriction enzyme was correlated with the appearance of discrete bands with other methylation-sensitive bands. This suggests that individualAc-like elements are occasionally demethylated in many sites. No unmethylated element having restriction fragments of the lengths predicted from the publishedAc sequence was seen in the approximately 326 elements examined. More... »

PAGES

493-499

Journal

TITLE

Journal of Molecular Evolution

ISSUE

6

VOLUME

30

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02101104

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02101104

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