The number and position of 18S–25S rDNA sites in 4 selected Lupinus species are reported for the first time. L. atlanticus, L. subcarnosus and L. paniculatus had two rDNA loci, while L. albus exhibited only one loci. Among these 4 species, all of them exhibited one large pair of strong signals that extends from the short arm to a NOR on a chromosome satellite. L. atlanticus, L. subcarnosus, L. paniculatus had one more locus of 18–25S rDNA, but a pair of weak hybridization signals were observed in L. paniculatus when 18S–25S rDNA was used as probe. The results are discussed in terms of the evolutionary relationships among these species.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 25, 2009
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