Rumex acetosa

Tandemly repeated sequences

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Name Description Protein homology Other info Source
5S and 17S rDNA Diversity of the FISH rDNA patterns between female and male. Hur et al 2004
DOP-20 Repetitive DNA sequence isolated from the microdissection of sex chromosomes. Did not show no homology with other sequences in databases. Mariotti et al 2006
RA160 Satellite dominating on the X chromosome. gave two strong and one weak signals on the p arm and two minor signals on the q arm of the X, weaker signal on both arms of the Y1 chromosomes, three minor signals on the q arm of the Y2 chromosome, and minor signals on two autosomal pairs. Steflova et al 2013
RA690 Localized mostly on the Y1 chromosome.One minor signal was present on the q arm of the Y2 chromosome, in the centromere of the X chromosome, and on two autosomal pairs. Steflova et al 2013
RAE 730 730 bp and AT-rich (71% AT-content) Present as a strong signal on one autosomal pair and as a minor signal on both arms of the Y1 chromosome. Steflova et al 2013
RAE 730 Navajas-Pérez et al 2005
RAE 730 Shibata et al 2000a
RAE180 Satellite representing 2.72% of the male genome. More abundant in males because of accumulation on both Y chromosomes. CL32 and CL73 - was found in many loci on both Y chromosomes and on almost all autosomes and the X chromosome. Steflova et al 2013
RAE180 Navajas-Pérez et al 2005
RAE180 Shibata et al 2000b

Sex-chrom database 2020