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S. and Wessler, S. R. (2000) The rice R gene family: two distinct subfamilies containing several miniature inverted-repeat transposable elements. Plant ~bfolecular Biology, 42, 667-678. , Nevo, E. and Schulman, h. H. (2000) Genome evolution of mild barley (Hordeum spontnneum) by BARE-1 retrotransposon dynamics in response to sharp microclimatic divergence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 97,6603-6607. , Morishima, H . and Shimamoto, Y. (20001 Inter- and intra-specific distribution of Stowaway transposable elements in AA-genome species of wild rice.
In this diagram, the triangles represent retrotransposons, with each triangle type representing a different retroelement type. , 1996). Retroelements insert into each other; occasionally they are found near a gene. The density of the line on the transposons indicates the age of the element, estimated by the degree of divergence within that family type. It is assumed that elements entered the region and then acquired point mutations over time. As a consequence, more recently arrived retroelements typically contain fewer mutations compared t o other family members.
R. (2000) Recent, extensive, and preferential insertion of members of the miniature inverted-repeat transposable element family Heartbreaker into genic regions of maize. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 97, 1160-1165. Chapter 3 Evolutionary developmental biology: impact on systematic theory and practice, and t h e contribution of systematics julie A. Hawkins ABSTRACT Evolutionary developmental genetics brings together systematists, morphologists and developmental geneticists; it will therefore impact considerably on each of these component disciplines.