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- Parada, Luis A; McQueen, Philip G; Misteli, Tom
- Genome biology 2004 v.5 no.7 pp. 848
- chromosome translocation, etc ; chromosomes; fluorescence in situ hybridization; genome; interphase; mice; Show all 6 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Genomes are organized in vivo in the form of chromosomes. Each chromosome occupies a distinct nuclear subvolume in the form of a chromosome territory. The spatial positioning of chromosomes within the interphase nucleus is often nonrandom. It is unclear whether the nonrandom spatial arrangement of chromosomes is conserved among tissues or whether spatial genome organization is tissue-s ...
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- Kamstra, S.A.; Jong, J.H. de; Jacobsen, E.; Ramanna, M.S.; Kuipers, A.G.J.
- Heredity 2004 v.93 no.1 pp. 15-21
- chromosome translocation, etc ; Alstroemeria; interspecific hybridization; meiosis; fluorescence in situ hybridization; in situ hybridization; chromosome pairing; chiasmata; triploidy; Show all 9 Subjects
- ... Chromosome association and chiasma formation were studied in pollen mother cells at metaphase I of four allotriplod BC1 plants (2n=3x=24) obtained from the backcross of the hybrid Alstroemeria aurea A. inodora with its parent A. inodora. We distinguished the chromosomes of both parental species by genomic in situ hybridization (GISH), whereas the individual chromosomes were identified on the basis ...