chromosome elimination

chromosome elimination

[¦krō·mə‚sōm i‚lim·ə′nā·shən]
(embryology)
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Moreover, targeted chromosome elimination has been achieved in mouse embryonic stem-somatic hybrid cells using a Cre-inverted loxP system that included a cassette consisting of green fluorescent protein (GFP) and drug-resistant genes bracketed by a pair of inverted loxP sites [5].
Otsuji et al., "Targeted chromosome elimination from ES-somatic hybrid cells," Nature Methods, vol.
Improved techniques for haploid production in wheat using chromosome elimination. Plant Breeding, 113: 125-129.
Improvement techniques for haploid production in wheat using chromosome elimination. Plant Breeding, 113: 125-129.
The viable resultant gynogens from hybridization may be the result of male chromosome elimination and spontaneous diploidization of the maternal chromosome set (SDM) (Ye et al.
Uniparental chromosome elimination in the early embryogenesis of the inviable salmonid hybrids between masu salmon and rainbow trout male.
These include anther culture (De Buyser and Henry, 1980; Ball et al., 1993; Orshinsky and Sadasivaiah, 1994; Kisana et al., 1993); microspore culture (Foroughi-Wehr and Zeller, 1990; Mejza et al., 1993); and chromosome elimination after hybridization with Hordeum bulbosum (Barclay, 1975; Sitch and Snape, 1987), H.
The chromosome elimination technique is the method of choice for haploid production in cereals.
High frequencies of haploid production in wheat (Triticum aestivum) by chromosome elimination. Nature 256: 410-411.
The current findings suggest that uniparental chromosome elimination along with spontaneous diploidization of maternal chromosome sets may be the reason for allogynogenesis production in H.
Uniparental chromosome elimination has been shown in hybrids between masu salmon females and rainbow trout males using the GISH technique (Fujiwara et al.