Definition of Restriction fragment
1. Noun. The fragment of DNA that is produced by cleaving DNA with a restriction enzyme.
Medical Definition of Restriction fragment
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Literary usage of Restriction fragment
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1. Rice Biotechnology by Gurdev S. Khush, Gary H. Toenniessen (1991)
"5 Development and Use of restriction fragment Length Polymorphism in Rice Breeding and Genetics S ..."
2. Rice Genetics II: Proceedings of the Second International Rice Genetics by International Rice Research Institute (1991)
"Recent advances in molecular biology allow detection of a new type of genetic marker that exhibits restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP). ..."
3. Advances in Hybrid Rice Technology: Proceedings of the 3rd International by Sant S. Virmani, E. A. Siddiq, K. Muralidharan (1998)
"Kemble et al (1980) classified 31 maize lines into four groups—C, T, S, and N— based on an mtDNA restriction fragment pattern. The four cytoplasmic types ..."
4. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"Recently, Helentjaris, Edwards, and Stuber (unpublished data) have extended this type of analysis using restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLP). ..."