Definition of Transposons

1. Noun. (plural of transposon) ¹



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Definition of Transposons

1. transposon [n] - See also: transposon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transposons

transposed
transposer
transposers
transposes
transposing
transposition
transpositional
transpositionally
transpositions
transpositive
transposon
transposon mutagenesis
transposons (current term)
transpression
transpressionism
transpressionisms
transpressive
transprint
transprinted
transprinting
transprints
transprose
transprosed
transproses
transprosing
transpulmonary pressure
transputer

Literary usage of Transposons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Rice Genetics V by Brar (2007)
"Class II transposable elements, or DNA transposons such as IS5/tourist and ... When adding other types of transposons, almost 34.8% of the rice genome ..."

2. Rice Genetics: Proceedings of the International Rice Workshop at Lusaka by International Rice Research Institute (1986)
"The site of incorporation of the transposons would differ according to cross, giving rise to a variety of phenotypic expressions. The occurrence of weak and ..."

3. Rice Genetics IV by Gurdev S. Khush, D. S. Brar, Bill Hardy (2001)
"As transposons move preferentially to closely linked sites (Jones et al 1990) and tag genes efficiently near their original position, efforts are made to ..."

4. Transposable Elements in Plants: Sponsored CRIS/ICAR Projects and Bibliography by Andrew Kalinski (1995)
"This element shares significant structural similarities with a class of transposons that includes Tel from Caenorhabditis elegans and therefore represents a ..."

5. Proceedings of the Second Temperate Rice Conference by B Hardy, J E Hill (2002)
"In rice, however, the tagging method had not been adapted because transposons available for this purpose had not been found. ..."

6. Biotechnology of Algae: A Bibliography by Virginia Stone (1992)
"In several cases it was possible to identify which of the dozen transposons in a given strain served as the donor when a transposition event occurred. ..."

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