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  • Diez, M.; Jones, R. Neil (2004)
    The database is compiled from the world literature on B chromosomes published between 1906 and 1994, and has 3484 records. A brief description is given of the history and structure of the database, which runs in Microsoft ...
  • Diez, M.; Jones, R. Neil (2004)
    The database is compiled from the world literature on B chromosomes published between 1906 and 1994, and has 3484 records. A brief description is given of the history and structure of the database, which runs in Microsoft ...
  • Jenkins, Glyn M.; Jones, R. Neil (2004)
    B chromosomes are considered to be genetically inert, yet often have pronounced and surprising effects upon the A chromosome behaviour at meiosis in inter-generic and inter-specific hybrids. We review here our current ...
  • Jenkins, Glyn M.; Jones, R. Neil (2004)
    B chromosomes are considered to be genetically inert, yet often have pronounced and surprising effects upon the A chromosome behaviour at meiosis in inter-generic and inter-specific hybrids. We review here our current ...
  • Palestis, Brian G.; Burt, Austin; Jones, R. Neil; Trivers, Robert (2004-02-07)
    The chromosomes of mammals tend to be either mostly acrocentric (having one long arm) or mostly bi–armed, with few species having intermediate karyotypes. The theory of centromeric drive suggests that this observation ...
  • Palestis, Brian G.; Burt, Austin; Jones, R. Neil; Trivers, Robert (2004-02-07)
    The chromosomes of mammals tend to be either mostly acrocentric (having one long arm) or mostly bi–armed, with few species having intermediate karyotypes. The theory of centromeric drive suggests that this observation ...
  • Jones, R. Neil; Houben, Andreas (2003)
    B chromosomes are dispensable elements that do not recombine with the A chromosomes of the regular complement and that follow their own evolutionary track. In some cases, they are known to be nuclear parasites with autonomous ...
  • Jones, R. Neil; Houben, Andreas (2003)
    B chromosomes are dispensable elements that do not recombine with the A chromosomes of the regular complement and that follow their own evolutionary track. In some cases, they are known to be nuclear parasites with autonomous ...
  • Kumke, K.; Jones, R. Neil; Houben, Andreas (2008-08-01)
    Epigenetic marks in the chromosome complement of the liliaceous plant Puschkinia libanotica were studied using immunofluorescence to detect histone modifications. In particular, a comparison was made between the euchromatic ...
  • Kumke, K.; Jones, R. Neil; Houben, Andreas (2008-08-01)
    Epigenetic marks in the chromosome complement of the liliaceous plant Puschkinia libanotica were studied using immunofluorescence to detect histone modifications. In particular, a comparison was made between the euchromatic ...
  • Houben, Andreas; Jones, R. Neil; Viegas, W. (2008-04-01)
    Background: Supernumerary B chromosomes (Bs) are a major source of intraspecific variation in nuclear DNA amounts in numerous species of plants. They favour large genomes, and create polymorphisms for DNA variation in ...
  • Houben, Andreas; Jones, R. Neil; Viegas, W. (2008-04-01)
    Background: Supernumerary B chromosomes (Bs) are a major source of intraspecific variation in nuclear DNA amounts in numerous species of plants. They favour large genomes, and create polymorphisms for DNA variation in ...
  • Puertas, M. J.; Vega, J. M.; Gonzalez-Sanchez, M.; Gonzalez-Garcia, M.; Jones, R. Neil (2008-05-01)
    B chromosomes (Bs) can be described as 'passengers in the genome', a term that has been used for the repetitive DNA which comprises the bulk of the genome in large genome species, except that Bs have a life of their own ...
  • Puertas, M. J.; Vega, J. M.; Gonzalez-Sanchez, M.; Gonzalez-Garcia, M.; Jones, R. Neil (2008-05-01)
    B chromosomes (Bs) can be described as 'passengers in the genome', a term that has been used for the repetitive DNA which comprises the bulk of the genome in large genome species, except that Bs have a life of their own ...
  • Ressurreicao, F.; Viegas, W.; Delgado, M.; Meister, A.; Jones, R. Neil; Caperta, A. D.; Houben, Andreas (2006-05)
    The microtubule cytoskeleton plays a crucial role in the cell cycle and in mitosis. Colchicine is a microtubule-depolymerizing agent that has long been used to induce chromosome individualization in cells arrested at ...
  • Ressurreicao, F.; Viegas, W.; Delgado, M.; Meister, A.; Jones, R. Neil; Caperta, A. D.; Houben, Andreas (2006-05)
    The microtubule cytoskeleton plays a crucial role in the cell cycle and in mitosis. Colchicine is a microtubule-depolymerizing agent that has long been used to induce chromosome individualization in cells arrested at ...
  • Jones, R. Neil; Pasakinskiene, Izolda S. (2005)
    GISH has been a particularly useful technique for studying the Lolium-Festuca species complex of forage grasses. The reason for this utility is two-fold: (i) the complex is unique amongst crop plants in which fertile ...
  • Jones, R. Neil; Pasakinskiene, Izolda S. (2005)
    GISH has been a particularly useful technique for studying the Lolium-Festuca species complex of forage grasses. The reason for this utility is two-fold: (i) the complex is unique amongst crop plants in which fertile ...
  • King, Julie; Roberts, Luned A.; Kearsey, Mike J.; Thomas, Huw M.; King, Ian P.; Jones, R. Neil; Huang, Lin Shiow-Fen; Armstead, Ian Peter; Morgan, W. Gareth; King, Ian Philip (2002-05-01)
    A single chromosome of the grass species Festuca pratensis has been introgressed into Lolium perenne to produce a diploid monosomic substitution line . The chromatin of F. pratensis and L. perenne can be distinguished by ...
  • King, Julie; Roberts, Luned A.; Kearsey, Mike J.; Thomas, Huw M.; Jones, R. Neil; Huang, Lin S.; Armstead, Ian P.; Morgan, W. Gareth; King, Ian P. (2002-05-01)
    A single chromosome of the grass species Festuca pratensis has been introgressed into Lolium perenne to produce a diploid monosomic substitution line (2n 2x 14). The chromatin of F. pratensis and L. perenne can be distinguished ...

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