banding patterns

banding patterns

Transverse stripes visible on stained chromosomes, that vary with different kinds of stain.
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Descriptions of macroscopic banding patterns in sectioned polished shells of Mercenaria mercenaria from southern New Jersey.
Group IX was the only chromosome group within the karyotype that consists of four similar chromosomes in terms of banding patterns, size, and arm length ratio.
Researchers studying chromosomes traditionally stain them to reveal distinctive black-and-white banding patterns.
Atypical banding patterns and isolates that differ from the standard genotype from a particular host are also represented.
The banding patterns obtained from assaying the DNAs of the 10 individuals with ambiguous morphology with primer 368 showed the amplicons of approximately 750 bp and 850 bp unique to H rufescens, in some of the 10 individuals.
Adjustments to the karyotype were made by swapping chromosomes between homologous groups if a chromosome was distorted during the squashing process and/or if the original classification disagreed with banding patterns.
Banding patterns were visually analyzed after electrophoresis of samples.
In situ digestion with restriction endonucleases (REs), which cleave DNA at specific target sequences, has been shown to produce consistent banding patterns in fixed mammalian and insect chromosomes and more recently has been successfully applied to mussels (Martinez-Lage et al.
However, Jones (1983) reported isozyme instability after storage, resulting in different banding patterns.