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11. Relationship between 2C nucle- ar DNA content, the proportion of chromatin in the condensed state, and [3H]-uridine incorporation (given as number of silver grains per pg DNA per h). The transcription rate is lower in species with high 2C values and a high percentage of condensed chromatin, so that the average transcription rate is similar in all plant species. (Data were obtained in root tips; unpublished results ofW. NAGL and U. SOKOL) 40 100 a. , co ~ c: 0'5 • 01 30 ~~ 75 OI~ U 0« ~ ~c5 ..

8+ 42+ 3S+ + 38+ 5LJ+ + =~+ + 51+ + 37+ 53+ + 55+ + 33+ 43+ + 48+ + 48+ + 37+ 34+ + + + 30+ 53+ + + 4f1+ B 27 1 Nuclear Chromatin Fig. 11. Relationship between 2C nucle- ar DNA content, the proportion of chromatin in the condensed state, and [3H]-uridine incorporation (given as number of silver grains per pg DNA per h). The transcription rate is lower in species with high 2C values and a high percentage of condensed chromatin, so that the average transcription rate is similar in all plant species.

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