Reassociation and hybridization properties from spectrophotometric studies of DNAs from 10 species of fish indicate:
1. Great diversity in the amounts of repeated sequences in the genomes of different species - more specialized fish had less redundancy.
2. Large differences in the complexities of the DNAs - more specialized fish had less information.
- 3. Little homology between sequences of remotely related species but substantial homology between sequences of closely related species.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Reassociation and hybridization properties of DNAs from several species of fish|
|Series title||Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B: Comparative Biochemistry|
|Contributing office(s)||Leetown Science Center|