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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
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Исследовано относительное содержание ретротранспозонов Ty1/copia и 5.8S рДНК в геномах 9 сортов пшеницы. Разработана методика ПЦР с детекцией в режиме реального времени для выявления количества ретротранспозонов Ty1/copia и 5.8S рДНК. Выявлено повышенное относительное содержание ретротранспозонов в гексаплоидных сортах пшеницы по сравнению с тетраплоидными.
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