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Identification and characterization of a dispersed repetitive sequence family in wild and cultivated wheat


, : Identification and characterization of a dispersed repetitive sequence family in wild and cultivated wheat. Cereal Research Communications 30(1/2): 17-24

A dispersed repetitive DNA family, IA1, of core size 251 bp, was identified from a genomic library of durum wheat variety MACS-9. This repeat family was present only in Triticum dicoccoides and T. turgidum, out of 12 wild and less cultivated species, and in cultivated species T. dicoccum, T. durum and T. aestivum, all of which comprise the known path of evolution of cultivated wheat. An additional member of ~600bp was common to all the species containing the repeat family.

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