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retroelement

(rĕt′rō-ĕl′ə-mənt)
n.
A genetic element, such as a retrotransposon, that can be incorporated into a DNA sequence after reverse transcription of an RNA molecule.
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chlorotica RT-domain-containing protein groups closest to a clade with RT domains from the Bel/Pao family of retroelements, which consist of retrotransposons and retroviruses (Fig.
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A majority of the BAC end sequences shared sequences similar to retroelements and constituted the major component of the data set (83%).
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"Some retroelements and transposons, for example, are believed to have originated in ancient viruses," Nasir said.
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In this sense, equivalent distal and pericentromeric heterochromatin, centromeres and interstitial knobs of tomato are composed by particular satellite DNAs and retroelements (Chang et al., 2008), and in C.
Endogenous MOV10 inhibits the retrotransposition of endogenous retroelements but not the replication of exogenous retroviruses.
The most abundant types of repetitive elements in the sequences were simple repeats (2.18%), retroelements (1.19 %), DNA transposons (0.93%), and small RNA (0.30%).