Chloroplast genome rearrangements-help
mitch at uniwa.uwa.edu.au
Thu May 18 02:26:09 EST 1995
Hi there everyone,
We are interested in understanding the processes that might lead to
rearrangements within the chloroplast genome.
Because it is a circular molecule can a little loop overlay a distant
region then it and the larger segment break and rejoin, forming a
translocated segment which is not strictly an inversion?
Published papers that we have seen explain such a distant relocation as
the product of repeated unequal inversions. What we have in mind is not
the same process.
Thanks in advance,
Michelle and Helen
mitch at uniwa.uwa.edu.au hmstace at uniwa.uwa.edu.au
Depatment of Botany
The University of Western Australia
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