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Contains under-represented and, in However, three examples of under- supporting a similar conclusion for histone gene have to 1955; Glover et a1, represented DNA sequences have been analyzed. (1984), relative No examples of over-replica- DNA diploid does not (Lamb and Laird, 1986), or the constriction at 89E (Richards, 1980), that is present in salivary gland chromosomes. These correlations support the hypothesis that the morphologically observed constrictions are a consequence sites. of of the under-representation of sequences at these Final proof of a causative role would require introduction these sequences into ectopic chromosome concomitant appearance of new constrictions and sites, with the under-representa- tion of introduced sequences at those sites.

And C:O:-Laird 1985a. Chromosome structure and DNA replication in nurse and follicle cells of Drosophila melanogaster. Chromosoma 91, 267-278. P. D. Laird 1985b. Control of DNA replication and spatial distribution of defined DNA sequences in salivary gland cells of Drosophila melanogaster. Chromosoma 91, 279286. 7 C. Laird et al. C. 1970. Ovarian development in Drosophila melanogaster. New York, London: Academic Press. F. D. E. K. Paik 1981. Giant Polytene Chromosomes from the Ovaries of a Drosophila mutant.

Lai~C. D. 1986. Default pathway to po1yteny. (in preparation). Laird, C. , W. Y. Chooi, E. H. Cohen, E. Dickson, N. Hutchison and S. H. Turner 1973. Organization and transcription of DNA in chromosomes and mitochondria of Drosophila. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. BioI. 38, 311-327. -- --Lam~ 'M":arid'C:I). Laird 1986. Three regions of "intercalary heterochromatin" in polytene chromsomes of Drosophila contain DNA sequences under-replicated and localized in constrictions (in preparation). Lifschytz, E.

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