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Identification of anonymous maize coding sequences by evolutionary considerations

, : Identification of anonymous maize coding sequences by evolutionary considerations. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 70): 63-64

Using the principle that the third base of the start codon of a gene is under less selective pressure than the first two, and is therefore more variable, methods of deducing the positions of reading frames in anonymous maize DNA sequences are suggested. These are based on interspecific and intraspecific comparisons, and identification of internal duplications within a gene.

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