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3 the likelihood of novel allele transmission (which requires that excision occurs in pre-germinal or germinal cells and does not result in haploid lethality). 3 G e n e expression Resident transposons can alter gene expression merely by their presence. Historically, transposon insertions may have been a major contributor of new promoter information, new introns and new untranslated regions. 6 illustrates some of the common alterations in gene transcript production that occur after transposon insertion.
A new case for leaf margin analysis. Paleobiology, 23, 373-390. , Wing, S. , Greenwood, D. R. and Greenwood, C. L. (1998) Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: an Eocene example. Geology, 26, 203-206. Chapter 2 Impact of transposons on plant genomes Virginia W a l b o t ABSTRACT Transposons constitute the major fraction of the maize genome; their abundance distinguishes small grass genomes from the much larger maize genome. In other taxa, transposon copy number is similarly important as a contributor to genome size.
In Developmental Gertetzcs and Plant Evolution (2002) (eds Q. C. B. Crank, R. M. Bateman and J. A. Hawkins), Taylor 81 Francis, London, pp. 15-31. 1 Comparison o f sector shape from somatic excision of transposons in the pericarp and aleurone. DNA transposon excisions result in revertant tissue sectors that vary in shape and size in the pericarp and endosperm of the maize kernel. Size reflects the time during development when excision occurred, because continued mitosis of a revertant cell p r o duces a clonal sector o f revertant tissue.