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... of pericentromeric constitutive  heterochromatin 
Sequence of centromere separation: influence of pericentromeric heterochromatin (repetitive DNA) inMus
Sequence of centromere separation: influence of pericentromeric heterochromatin (repetitive DNA) inMus
Vig, B. K.; Zinkowski, R. P.
was studied using bone marrow cells ...
... repeated sequences present in a  heterochromatin 
Distribution and clustering of two highly repeated sequences in the A and B chromosomes of maize
Distribution and clustering of two highly repeated sequences in the A and B chromosomes of maize
Viotti, A.; Privitera, E.; Sala, E.; Pogna, N.
rich maize line have been ...
... The fine structure of constitutive  heterochromatin 
The fine structure of euchromatin and centromeric heterochromatin in Tenebrio molitor chromosomes
The fine structure of euchromatin and centromeric heterochromatin in Tenebrio molitor chromosomes
Weith, Andreas
and euchromatin was compared in ...
... variations in the amount of C-  heterochromatin 
G-band homology and C-band variation in the Japanese mustelids,Mustela erminea nippon andM. sibirica itatsi
G-band homology and C-band variation in the Japanese mustelids,Mustela erminea nippon andM. sibirica itatsi
Obara, Y.
were observed in several pairs of ...
...  Heterochromatin 
Genome evolution in pocket gophers (genus Thomomys)
Genome evolution in pocket gophers (genus Thomomys)
Barros, Maria Alicia; Patton, James L.
is a dominant component of the genome ...
... and locations of C-band positive  heterochromatin 
Equilocality of heterochromatin distribution and heterochromatin heterogeneity in acridid grasshoppers
Equilocality of heterochromatin distribution and heterochromatin heterogeneity in acridid grasshoppers
John, Bernard; King, Max; Schweizer, Dieter; Mendelak, Maria
, indicate that the only regions to ...
... fluorescence in the constitutive  heterochromatin 
Heterochromatin diversity in two species of Pellia (Hepaticae) as revealed by C-, Q-, N- and Hoechst 33258-banding
Heterochromatin diversity in two species of Pellia (Hepaticae) as revealed by C-, Q-, N- and Hoechst 33258-banding
Newton, M. E.
of P. epiphylla. The effects of these ...
... partially more compacted constitutive  heterochromatin 
Content of histone H1 and histone phosphorylation in relation to the higher order structures of chromatin in Drosophila
Content of histone H1 and histone phosphorylation in relation to the higher order structures of chromatin in Drosophila
Holmgren, P.; Johansson, T.; Lambertsson, A.; Rasmuson, B.
than the two other species. ...
... intensively. Compiled data show the  heterochromatin 
In situ nick translation of metaphase chromosomes with biotin-labeled d-UTP
In situ nick translation of metaphase chromosomes with biotin-labeled d-UTP
Adolph, Sabine; Hameister, Horst
of the Y chromosome stained as ...
... are carriers of large amounts of  heterochromatin 
C-banding analysis of gamma-radiation-induced chromosomal interchanges in rye
C-banding analysis of gamma-radiation-induced chromosomal interchanges in rye
Cermeno, M. C.; Lacadena, J. R.
, are much more frequently involved ...
... of the genomic area are made up of  heterochromatin 
Infraspecific variation in C-banded karyotype and chiasma frequency inCucumis sativus (Cucurbitaceae)
Infraspecific variation in C-banded karyotype and chiasma frequency inCucumis sativus (Cucurbitaceae)
Ramachandran, C.; Brandenburg, W. A.; Nijs, A. P. M.
inC. sativus. The non-cultivated ...
... hybridized in situ to the centromeric  heterochromatin 
Organization of a repetitive human 1.8 kb KpnI sequence localized in the heterochromatin of chromosome 15
Organization of a repetitive human 1.8 kb KpnI sequence localized in the heterochromatin of chromosome 15
Higgins, Michael J.; Wang, Hungshu; Shtromas, Inna; Haliotis, Tina; Roder, John C.; Holden, Jeanette J. A.; White, Bradley N.
of chromosomes 1, 9, 15p, 16, and ...
... (1984) have shown that the flanking  heterochromatin 
Functional properties of the heterochromatic sequences inducing wm4position-effect variegation in Drosophila melanogaster
Functional properties of the heterochromatic sequences inducing wm4position-effect variegation in Drosophila melanogaster
Reuter, G.; Wolff, I.; Friede, B.
in the w m4 variegating rearrangement ...
... path differences of euchromatin and  heterochromatin 
Determination of correction factors of 3H-β-self-absorption for quantitative evaluation of grain number in autoradiographic studies
Determination of correction factors of 3H-β-self-absorption for quantitative evaluation of grain number in autoradiographic studies
Korr, H.
of various cell types. ...
... interstitial and telomeric blocks of  heterochromatin 
The heterochromatin of grasshoppers from the Caledia captiva species complex
The heterochromatin of grasshoppers from the Caledia captiva species complex
Arnold, M. L.; Shaw, D. D.
being present in the South-east ...
... using X-ray microanalysis.  Heterochromatin 
The distribution of quinacrine on chromosomes as determined by X-ray microanalysis
The distribution of quinacrine on chromosomes as determined by X-ray microanalysis
Sumner, A. T.
tends to bind relatively more ...
... amount and distribution of C-banded  heterochromatin 
C-band variability in some Lacertidae (Sauria, Reptilia)
C-band variability in some Lacertidae (Sauria, Reptilia)
Odierna, G.; Olmo, E.; Cobror, O.
. ...
... These toroids are associated with  heterochromatin 
Torus shaped bands at the 2R telomere region and at the region 68 of the salivary gland chromosomes ofDrosophila auraria
Torus shaped bands at the 2R telomere region and at the region 68 of the salivary gland chromosomes ofDrosophila auraria
Scouras, Z. G.; Kastritsis, C. D.
, but it is not certain that they are ...
... piece extended from the centromeric  heterochromatin 
X chromosomal organisation and dosage compensation
X chromosomal organisation and dosage compensation
Chatterjee, R. N.
to include 85% of the euchromatic ...
... parental species probably due to C-  heterochromatin 
Meiotic behaviour of Un, D and R genomes in the amphiploid Aegilops ventricosa -Secale cereale and the parental species
Meiotic behaviour of Un, D and R genomes in the amphiploid Aegilops ventricosa -Secale cereale and the parental species
Cermeño, M. C.; Cuñado, N.; Orellana, J.
content and/or genotypic or cryptic ...
... shown to consist of intercalary  heterochromatin 
Intercalary heterochromatin in Drosophila
Intercalary heterochromatin in Drosophila
Bolshakov, V. N.; Zharkikh, A. A.; Zhimulev, I. F.
(IH, Zhimulev et al. 1982), were ...
... that NORs can jump between terminal  heterochromatin 
In situ hybridization confirms jumping nucleolus organizing regions in Allium
In situ hybridization confirms jumping nucleolus organizing regions in Allium
Schubert, I.; Wobus, U.
blocks of different Allium ...
... number and to the amount of C-banded  heterochromatin 
Variations in C-banding patterns and DNA values in two scorpion-fishes (Scorpaena porcus andS. notata, Teleostei)
Variations in C-banding patterns and DNA values in two scorpion-fishes (Scorpaena porcus andS. notata, Teleostei)
Thode, G.; Alvarez, M. C.; Garcia, E.; Giles, V.
. ...
... and distribution of centromeric  heterochromatin 
The Origin and Meiotic Instability of a Polymorphic Repetitive Sequence PRI Family
The Origin and Meiotic Instability of a Polymorphic Repetitive Sequence PRI Family
Kominami, R.; Muramatsu, M.; Sudo, K.; Yoshikura, H.; Suzuki, H.; Moriwaki, K.; Hilgers, J.
, detected by chromosome banding ...
... free ribosomes, euchromatin, and the  heterochromatin 
Histochemical localization of aluminum in the rabbit CNS
Histochemical localization of aluminum in the rabbit CNS
Wen, G. Y.; Wisniewski, H. M.
of the neuron. ...
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