Abstract The DNA cytosine methylation mutation at the 5′CpCpGpG sites of the haploid of SARII628, and its hybrids with Shuhui 527, Shuhui 363 were analyzed by employing the MSAP (methylation sensitive amplification polyphisim) method. A total of 765 DNA methylated sites were detected and the methylation level of hybrids was lower than that of the parents. Meanwhile, different bands between hybrids and parents were analyzed and two types of methylated sites were detected, of which one inherited from the haploid, and the other didn′t. The biological functions of genes related to methylated sites involved in cell structure, metabolize and stress reaction. Therefore, DNA methylated modifications may be involved in the regulation of related genes, playing an important role in plant growth, development and envolution.
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