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Palaeogenomics of plants: synteny-based modelling of extinct ancestors.

Abstract : In the past ten years, international initiatives have led to the development of large sets of genomic resources that allow comparative genomic studies between plant genomes at a high level of resolution. Comparison of map-based genomic sequences revealed shared intra-genomic duplications, providing new insights into the evolution of flowering plant genomes from common ancestors. Plant genomes can be presented as concentric circles, providing a new reference for plant chromosome evolutionary relationships and an efficient tool for gene annotation and cross-genome markers development. Recent palaeogenomic data demonstrate that whole-genome duplications have provided a motor for the evolutionary success of flowering plants over the last 50-70 million years.
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Michael Abrouk, Florent Murat, Caroline Pont, Joachim Messing, Scott Jackson, et al.. Palaeogenomics of plants: synteny-based modelling of extinct ancestors.. Trends in Plant Science, Elsevier, 2010, 15 (9), pp.479-87. ⟨10.1016/j.tplants.2010.06.001⟩. ⟨hal-00681093⟩

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