Methylated and undermethylated rDNA repeats are interspersed at random in two higher plant species
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- Noel Ellis, T.H., Delseny, M., Lee, D. et al. Plant Mol Biol (1990) 14: 73. doi:10.1007/BF00015656
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The organization of methylated rDNA repeats of radish and pea is described and it is shown that methylated repeats and non-methylated repeats are interspersed one with another. Methylated arrays are not much longer than 100 kb, or about 10 repeat units in length.