To examine these polymorphic microsatellite markers developed in S.pharaonis for utility with other species, cross-amplification of these microsatellite loci
was tested on three other species (S .lycidas, S.
generally show considerable evolutionary conservation, suggesting that primers developed for any one species may often be useful across a wide range of taxa.
High molecular weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS) variation: In 84 accessions, 15 x-type and 9 y-type subunits were studied at the three Glu-A1, Glu-B1 and Glu-D1 loci
. Glu-A1 had shown 3 x-type and Glu-B1 had given 6 x-type and 5 y-type subunits while Glu-D1 had 6 x-type and 4 y-type subunits (Table 1).
In addition, two tetranucleotide microsatellites loci
DYS385 and 389II appeared to consist of higher average mutation rates among all 17 Y-STRs analyzed compared to all other trinucleotide and dinucleotide microsatellite loci
Not only are these loci
applicable to future research on the Missouri River, but they may also be used for research conducted elsewhere.
It might be possible to use only 2 or 3 loci
that are highly polymorphic and easier to sequence in C.
The sum of all the loci
contingency tables' probabilities was used to generate a rejection zone.
Tecnica MIRU-VNTR: Los 24 loci
fueron amplificados usando multiplex PCR con los cebadores y las especificaciones del protocolo estandarizado por Supply y col.
These results reveal two novel loci
that contribute to the expression of complications.
The G84Aand C133T SNP loci
were not found in the LW breed.
previously completed several projects at both of the charter school's locations.
Across the human genome, there are large numbers of places ("loci
") where non-coding DNA sequences consist of a short (usually 3 or 4) nucleotide element, such as "CGG" or "ACAG," which occurs as a set of concatameric repeats.