Interspecific chromosome homeology among Akodon species and N.
montensis (AMO, 2n = 24, FN = 42), and Necromys lasiurus (NLA, 2n = 34, FN = 34) allowed us to establish a complete homeology among most chromosome arms of the three complements (Supplementary Figure 1; Table 2).
of wheat and alien chromosomes controlling endosperm protein phenotypes.
KEY WORDS: karyotypes, chromosome homeology
, California abalone, Haliotis corrugata, Haliotis fulgens, Haliotis rufescens, genome size
More recently, molecular markers such as RFLP (restriction fragment length polymorphism) or microsatellites (SSRs, simple sequence repeats) have been used for identification of alien chromosomes in wheat background and estimation of genome homeology
(Zhang et al., 1998; Iqbal et al., 2000; Zaharieva et al., 2003b).
Considering the above discussion, the value of the concept of homeology
Finally, some definitions in the glossary are incomplete (e.g., racemose), and other important ones, are missing (e.g., homeosis, homeology
, determinate, indeterminate).
Davide, "Genomic homeology
between Pennisetum purpureum and Pennisetum glaucum (Poaceae)," Comparative Cytogenetics, vol.
There is a small region of homeology
between OT32 and KO5 at the cdo949 marker close to which Astaveb.371 maps (Portyanko et al., 2001).
australe chromosomes of lines [G.sub.2]I, [G.sub.2]V, and [G.sub.2]VI present homeology
with c10-c20, c12-c26, and c3-c17 linkage groups respectively.
Amplification of the same size bands in both Fm and Lp parents indicated a close relationship or certain homeology
between these two genomes.