By Ricardo Benavente, Jean-nicolas Volff
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Rye Rye is a close relative of wheat that carries a diploid genome with seven pairs of chromosomes and offers excellent cytology. Before entering meiosis the nucleus of rye meiocytes is clearly polarized, with telomeres and centromeres occupying opposite poles. In contrast with wheat, centromeres are not associated in pairs at this time . The onset of meiosis coincides with the clustering of telomeres on the nuclear envelope; thus, the timing of the bouquet is similar to wheat and earlier than that reported for maize and other organisms.
14 Miyao A, Tanaka K, Murata K, Sawaki H, Takeda S, et al: Target site specificity of the Tos17 retrotransposon shows a preference for insertion within genes and against insertion in retrotransposon-rich regions of the genome. Plant Cell 2003;15:1771–1780. 15 Miyao A, Iwasaki Y, Kitano H, Itoh J, Maekawa M, et al: A large-scale collection of phenotypic data describing an insertional mutant population to facilitate functional analysis of rice genes. Plant Mol Biol 2007;63:625–635. 16 Deng ZY, Wang T: OsDMC1 is required for homologous pairing in Oryza sativa.
Cerevisiae C. 5  13  35  78  76  92  83  Structure of Cereal Genomes, Implications for Meiosis Much of the DNA present in many cereal genomes consists of repetitive sequences (table 1), for example retrotransposons account for more than 50% of the maize genome . During meiosis in cereals, homology search mechanisms need to discriminate between sparse unique sequences present in homologous chromosomes and the widely spread repetitive elements. Despite their big differences in size (table 1), comparative genomic analysis shows that cereal genomes can be reconstructed on the basis of the linkage groups contained in the rice genome and the extensive expansion of repetitive sequences [10, 11].
Meiosis (Genome Dynamics Vol 5) by Ricardo Benavente, Jean-nicolas Volff