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Fig. 1 | Molecular Cytogenetics

Fig. 1

From: The karyotype of Aegilops geniculata and its use to identify both addition and substitution lines of wheat

Fig. 1

The FISH/GISH karyotype of Ae. geniculata accession AS6. a GISH differentiates the M genome chromosomes (labeled green) from those of the U genome (blue). b, c FISH profiling of the mitotic chromosomes of AS6 using as probes (b) pSc119.2 (red), Afa family repeats (green) and pTa71 (yellow), (c) (CTT)5 (red). d The FISH karyotype of AS6. The left hand chromosome of each pair shows the hybridization sites of pSc119.2, Afa family repeats and pTa71, while the right hand chromosome of each pair shows the (CTT)5 sites. e FISH profiling of the mitotic chromosomes of AS6 using as probes pTa-713 (red), (AAC)5 (green) and pTa71 (yellow). f The FISH karyotype of AS6, based on pTa-713, (AAC)5 and pTa71 sites. The images are shown in (a, b, c) and (e) were obtained from a single mitotic cell

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