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CYTB  -  cytochrome b

Drosophila yakuba

 
 
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  • We examine mitochondrial DNA variation at the cytochrome b locus within and between three species of Drosophila to determine whether patterns of variation conform to the predictions of neutral molecular evolution [1].
  • To resolve this conflict, we present molecular data which provide a robust phylogeny: mitochondrial DNA (12S + 16S ribosomal DNA and cytochrome b) sequence data are in agreement with one another regardless of the algorithm used [2].
  • The 3' end is flanked by the tRNA(UCNser) gene, followed by a sequence homologous to the 3' end of D. yakuba cytochrome b [3].

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