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Chromosome contraction in somatic prophase in sugar beet

AuthorsCistué Sola, Luis ; Romagosa, Ignacio; Lasa Dolhagaray, José Manuel
Issue Date1983
PublisherCSIC - Estación Experimental de Aula Dei (EEAD)
CitationAn. Estac. Exp. Aula Dei, v. 16 (1983), n. 3/4: 264-274.
Abstract[EN] A preliminary study of chromosome contraction process, during the somatic prophase in sugar beet, Beta vulgaris L., was carried out based on measurements taken on somatic prophase chromosomes. An indirect method was proposed which allowed the analysis of the process without the need of determining the elapsed time from early prophase to any given substage. The results suggested that there was not a straight line relationship between time and total genome length. Comparisons among individual chromosomes revealed that the contraction process was not synchronous in all chromosomes.
[ES] Se ha realizado un estudio del proceso de contracción cromosómica en remolacha, Beta vulgaris L., a partir de medidas cromosómicas tomadas en los estados de profase a metafase mitóticas. Se propone un método indirecto que permite el análisis del proceso sin necesidad de determinar el tiempo transcurrido desde el comienzo de la profase a cualquier subestado mitótico concreto. Los resultados sugieren que no existe una relación lineal entre tiempo y longitud total del complemento. El análisis del proceso entre cromosomas distintos reveló que la contracción no es uniforme para todos los cromosomas.
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