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The volatility of the maize genome


Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 67): 5-6
The volatility of the maize genome
The instability of the maize genome arises from the many tranposons that have often gone unnoticed until revealed in the presence of the right reporter allele. Examples include the quiescent Uqs (ubiquitous; controlling elements), some of which have turned out to be Ac. Other examples are chromosomal breakers such as C-I-b836024 which proved to be a fully active Ac.


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