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Chloroplast. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from CpDNA) ... Chloroplasts are organelles found in plant cells and other eukaryotic organisms ...
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Aspects of the topic cpDNA are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References extranuclear DNA ( in heredity (genetics): Extranuclear DNA ) ...cytoplasm of the cell. These organelles are the mitochondria in animal and plant cells and the chloroplasts in plant cells. Chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) contains genes that are involved with aspects...
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Recently, several cpDNA sequences have been analyzed to examine the ... Those studies demonstrated that cpDNA phylogenies are largely consistent with ...
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Using cpDNA restriction site data, Wendel and Albert (1992) suggested that the ... All four cpDNA loci provide unanimous support for a (C + G)-genome clade, with ...
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Purification of cpDNA sequencing template by this commonly used method was ... Fosmids generated from some cpDNA domains were abundant, whereas others were minimal. ...
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In total, 105 and 97 haplotypes of cpDNA as well as 170 and 55 haplotypes of ... Based on cpDNA, a scenario of population expansion is suggested for both C. ...
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posted to cpdna gene-flow mtdna phylogeography plateau postglacial ... posted to cpdna microsatellite parallel-evolution plant population-genetics by ...
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CiteULike is a free online bibliography manager. Register and you can start organising ... Lack of intraspecific variation in cpDNA in Trichocolea tomentella ...
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The cpDNA of this prasinophyte resembles most of its streptophyte homologues in ... lacking cpDNA of the trebouxiophyte ... Gene map of Leptosira cpDNA. ...
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The clones from the cpDNA library constructed from Nicotiana tabacum (9) were used as probes. The cpDNA probes were labeled with digoxigenin dUTP by random priming. ...
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Chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) sequence comparisons have been a widely used tool in ... Second, cpDNA intergenic regions have exhibited substantial intraspecific ...
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These include cpDNA replication, copy number control, and the roles played by ... Replication of cpDNA. CELL SIZE CONTROL ...
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Thirteen distinct cpDNA haplotypes were detected, differing by as many as 22 ... The survey detected sufficient cpDNA variation for analyses of intraspecific and ...
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OH 4. 1. Cytoplasmic Genomes. mtDNA and cpDNA. • Small relative to nuclear genome ... Uses of mtDNA and cpDNA. • Protein stuff? • They are all DNA so... o DNA ...
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The cpDNA region includes four intergenic spacers and the rps16 intron and is ... These five cpDNA loci were analyzed separately and in combination to assess ...
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Phylogenetic analysis of the combined cpDNA data set ... Our cpDNA combined data analyses show strong support for P. amphibia as sister ...
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The cpDNA and mtDNA fragments were amplified using universal primers and ... The four cpDNA primer pairs and three mtDNA primer pairs are described by ...
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inherited cpDNA molecules, relationships are by definition ... to the extent that cpDNA is haploid, ... The haploid nature of cpDNA also serves to reduce ...
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mtDNA and cpDNA are almost always uniparentially inherited, with only one sex ... Green and white are coded for by alternative alleles in cpDNA ...
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