Direct genomic DNA amplification with the primers recognizing the NBS–kinase sequence of the wheat gene Cre3(Genbank accession AF052641) was used to obtain partial homologs of this gene in perennial and annual rye, wheat, and tall wheatgrass. The nucleotide sequences of the cloned fragments and their deduced amino acid sequences were compared to the already-known Cre3homologs in other wheat, aegilops, and barley genotypes. Within the tribe Triticeae, the extent of homology ranged from 86 to 94% for nucleotide sequences and from 74 to 96% for the deduced amino acid sequences, with the most variable region between Kin3 and PR3 conserved motifs.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 10, 2004
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