Elimination of plastids
during spermatogenesis and fertilization in the plant kingdom.
The sampling included 223 terminals representing sequences from the plastid
rpll6 intron and the trnD-trnY-trnE-trnTregion including the three intergenic spacers, previously published in Nicolas and Plunkett (2009).
A second segment of cointegrated DNA with perfect identity to the rpl23 gene cluster of the corn plastid
genome (Rapp et al.
simium, a parasite of New World monkeys, were characterized according to sequence polymorphisms within the nuclear-encoded rRNA genes and the 35-kb plastid
A test of the complementary gene model for the control of biparental plastid
inheritance in zonal pelargoniums.
Reticulate evolution in diploid and tetraploid species of Polystachya: Orchidaceae as shown by plastid
DNA sequences and low-copy nuclear genes.
Strategies for studying the mechanism of mitochondrial and plastid
division during non-sexual reproduction
Similar results were found in Gossypium, as the ITS region is most suitable as a candidate DNA barcode for identification compared to the plastid
regions, even between organisms of the same species (Ashfaq, Asif, Anjum, & Zafar, 2013).
Moreover numerous plastid
(trnL-F, ndhF, psA-ycf3, rps16, rpl16, atpB-rbcL, psbA-trnH) and nuclear (ITS, ETS) markers were also sequenced for molecular characterization (Yi et al.
Publicly available sequences of four plastid
markers were used for universal primer design.
A 2014 case study of multiple grocery rigid plastid
recycling programs revealed an average conventional supermarket generates between 80-150 pounds per week of rigid plastic containers within the bakery, deli, seafood and pharmacy departments.
The paraphyly of Osmunda is confirmed by phylogenetic analyses of seven plastid
A chloroplast, which performs photosynthesis, is a type of plastid
phylogeny of the cosmopolitan fern family
Marinetti dedicated his 1917 manifesto 'Futurist Dance' to Casati, and she regularly attended and perhaps even collaborated in Fortunato Depero's Balli Plastid