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A mutation hotspot in the chloroplast genome of a conifer (Douglas fir: Pseudotsuga) is caused by variability in the number of direct repeats derived from a partially duplicated tRNA gene

1995

Hipkins, V.D. | Marshall, K.A. | Neale, D.B. | Rottmann, W.H. | Strauss, S.H. (United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Camino (USA). National Forest Genetic Electrophoresis Lab.)


Bibliographic information
Current Genetics (Germany)
Volume 27 Issue 6 ISSN 0172-8083
Pagination
pp. 572-579
Other Subjects
Length mutation; Repetitive dna; Mutacion; Pflanzenzuechtung
Language
English
Note
Summary (En)
2 ill., 5 graphs; 35 ref.
Type
Summary

1997-08-15
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