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Species Distribution and Properties of Nuclear Satellite DNA in Higher Plants

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Among dicots, satellite DNA was most abundant in the Cucurbitaceae and the Rutaceae. No satellite resolvable on CsCl gradients was found in monocots. The size range, homogeneity and complexity of satellite DNA were also studied.

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INGLE, J., PEARSON, G. & SINCLAIR, J. Species Distribution and Properties of Nuclear Satellite DNA in Higher Plants. Nature New Biology 242, 193–197 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1038/newbio242193a0

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