Select output fields
|Family||Genus||Specific epithet||Specific authority||Infraspecific epithet||Infraspecific authority|
|2C mean1(pg)||2C mean1(mbp)||2C range1 pg||Life cycle|
|Other specifications (cultivar, population, strain, etc.)||Original reference||Journal||Year|
|Telomere type||Telomere type based in||genome sequenced||hybrid|
|Number of 5S signals||Range of 5S signals||Position2 of 5S signals (5S P)|
|Number of 35S3 signals||Range of 35S signals||Position2 of 35S signals (35S P)||Arrangement|
|Total number of rDNA signals (5S+35S) (Total)||Number of chromosomes with both 5S and 35S signals (SC)|
|Number of chromosomes with both 5S and 35S in the same arm (SA)||Number of chromosomes with co-localized 5S and 35S signals (Coloc.)|
|Family Genus Specific epithet|
|Chromosome number from: - Ploidy level from: -|
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1 1C genome size and n chromosome number for bryophytes.
2 Position refers to that of most chromosomes in the species and can be either interstitial (i), (peri-)centromeric (c) and (sub-)terminal or satellite (t).
3 35S=45S=18S-5.8S-26S rDNA
Reference to this work should be cited thus:
Vitales D, D'Ambrosio U, Gálvez F, Kovařík A, Garcia S. (2017) Third release of the plant rDNA database with updated content and information on telomere composition and sequenced plant genomes. Plant Systematics and Evolution, submitted.
We acknowledge Pere Barnola (setcas.es and floracatalana.net) for most of the plant pictures that illustrate the webpage. Fluorescent in situ hybridisation pictures from Sònia Garcia (University of Barcelona). Remaining pictures have been obtained through Wikimedia Commons under the terms of a Creative Commons license.