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Z Indukt AbstammungsVererbungsl 1915;13:234–287. 8 Drouaud J, Mercier R, Chelysheva L, Berard A, Falque M, et al: Sex-specific crossover distributions and variations in interference level along Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 4. PLoS Genet 2007;3:e106. 9 Martini E, Diaz RL, Hunter N, Keeney S: Crossover homeostasis in yeast meiosis. Cell 2006;126:285–295. 10 de Massy B: Distribution of meiotic recombination sites. Trends Genet 2003;19:514–522. 11 Mezard C: Meiotic recombination hotspots in plants.
23 Martinez-Perez E, Shaw PJ, Moore G: Polyploidy induces centromere association. J Cell Biol 2000;148: 233–238. 24 Martinez-Perez E, Shaw P, Moore G: The Ph1 locus is needed to ensure specific somatic and meiotic centromere association. Nature 2001;411:204–207. 25 Scherthan H: Telomere attachment and clustering during meiosis. Cell Mol Life Sci 2007;64:117–124. 26 Martinez-Perez E, Shaw P, Aragon-Alcaide L, Moore G: Chromosomes form into seven groups in hexaploid and tetraploid wheat as a prelude to meiosis.
Thus, axial element elongation appears to be needed for bouquet formation. By pachytene, all alleles showed altered chromatin structure, pairing failure, greatly reduced levels of RAD51 foci and aggregations of lateral elements; demonstrating that all these processes require intact meiotic chromosome axes. afd1 (rec8) mutants exhibit complete loss of sister chromatid cohesion at anaphase I, suggesting that AFD1 is required for cohesion of both chromosome arms and centromeres. A homolog of Shugoshin (SGO1) ensures maintenance of centromeric cohesion before prophase II and correct segregation of chromatids during meiosis II in maize .