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Contrasting allelic distribution of CO/Hd1 homologues in Miscanthus sinensis from the East Asian mainland and the Japanese archipelago.

Nagano H, Clark LV, Zhao H, Peng J, Yoo JH, Heo K, Yu CY, Anzoua KG, Matsuo T, Sacks EJ, Yamada T - J. Exp. Bot. (2015)

Bottom Line: Sequences of MsiHd1 homologues were compared among 24 wild M. sinensis accessions from Japan, 14 from China, and three from South Korea.MsiMITE1, detected in exon 1 of MsiHd1a, was only observed in Japanese accessions and its revertant alleles derived from retransposition were predominantly in Chinese accessions.These differences in MsiHd1a show that the dependency on functional MsiHd1a alleles is different between accessions from the East Asian mainland and Japan.

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Affiliation: Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0810, Japan.

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Geographic distribution of Hd1a alleles in M. sinensis accessions from East Asia. Information regarding MsiHd1b was omitted for simplification. The site numbers on the map correspond to map numbers in Table 1. Pie charts with one to five pieces represent the number of detected alleles in MsiHd1a. Blue indicates functional alleles and red indicates non-functional alleles. R, revertant allele from MsiMITE1; M1, MsiMITE1; and M5, MsiMITE5.
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Figure 4: Geographic distribution of Hd1a alleles in M. sinensis accessions from East Asia. Information regarding MsiHd1b was omitted for simplification. The site numbers on the map correspond to map numbers in Table 1. Pie charts with one to five pieces represent the number of detected alleles in MsiHd1a. Blue indicates functional alleles and red indicates non-functional alleles. R, revertant allele from MsiMITE1; M1, MsiMITE1; and M5, MsiMITE5.

Mentions: M2/M3 or M2/M4 represents having both of MsiMITE2/MITE3 or MsiMITE2/MITE4. Map no. 1 to 40 corresponds to the number on the map in Fig. 4.


Contrasting allelic distribution of CO/Hd1 homologues in Miscanthus sinensis from the East Asian mainland and the Japanese archipelago.

Nagano H, Clark LV, Zhao H, Peng J, Yoo JH, Heo K, Yu CY, Anzoua KG, Matsuo T, Sacks EJ, Yamada T - J. Exp. Bot. (2015)

Geographic distribution of Hd1a alleles in M. sinensis accessions from East Asia. Information regarding MsiHd1b was omitted for simplification. The site numbers on the map correspond to map numbers in Table 1. Pie charts with one to five pieces represent the number of detected alleles in MsiHd1a. Blue indicates functional alleles and red indicates non-functional alleles. R, revertant allele from MsiMITE1; M1, MsiMITE1; and M5, MsiMITE5.
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Figure 4: Geographic distribution of Hd1a alleles in M. sinensis accessions from East Asia. Information regarding MsiHd1b was omitted for simplification. The site numbers on the map correspond to map numbers in Table 1. Pie charts with one to five pieces represent the number of detected alleles in MsiHd1a. Blue indicates functional alleles and red indicates non-functional alleles. R, revertant allele from MsiMITE1; M1, MsiMITE1; and M5, MsiMITE5.
Mentions: M2/M3 or M2/M4 represents having both of MsiMITE2/MITE3 or MsiMITE2/MITE4. Map no. 1 to 40 corresponds to the number on the map in Fig. 4.

Bottom Line: Sequences of MsiHd1 homologues were compared among 24 wild M. sinensis accessions from Japan, 14 from China, and three from South Korea.MsiMITE1, detected in exon 1 of MsiHd1a, was only observed in Japanese accessions and its revertant alleles derived from retransposition were predominantly in Chinese accessions.These differences in MsiHd1a show that the dependency on functional MsiHd1a alleles is different between accessions from the East Asian mainland and Japan.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-0810, Japan.

No MeSH data available.