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The Amborella Genome and the Evolution of Flowering Plants

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  • Victor A. Albert
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Hong Ma
  • Jeffrey D. Palmer
  • Steve Rounsley
  • David Sankoff
  • Stephan C. Schuster
  • Douglas E. Soltis
  • Pamela S. Soltis
  • Susan R. Wessler
  • Rod A. Wing
  • Victor A. Albert
  • Jetty S. S. Ammiraju
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • Srikar Chamala
  • Andre S. Chanderbali
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • Ronald Determann
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Hong Ma
  • Paula Ralph
  • Steve Rounsley
  • Stephan C. Schuster
  • Douglas E. Soltis
  • Pamela S. Soltis
  • Jason Talag
  • Lynn Tomsho
  • Brandon Walts
  • Stefan Wanke
  • Rod A. Wing
  • Victor A. Albert
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • Srikar Chamala
  • Andre S. Chanderbali
  • Tien-Hao Chang
  • Ronald Determann
  • Tianying Lan
  • Douglas E. Soltis
  • Pamela S. Soltis
  • Siwaret Arikit
  • Michael J. Axtell
  • Saravanaraj Ayyampalayam
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • James M. Burnette III
  • Srikar Chamala
  • Emanuele De Paoli
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • James C. Estill
  • Nina P. Farrell
  • Alex Harkess
  • Yuannian Jiao
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Kun Liu
  • Wenbin Mei
  • Blake C. Meyers
  • Saima Shahid
  • Eric Wafula
  • Brandon Walts
  • Susan R. Wessler
  • Jixian Zhai
  • Xiaoyu Zhang
  • Victor A. Albert
  • Lorenzo Carretero-Paulet
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • Yuannian Jiao
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Eric Lyons
  • David Sankoff
  • Haibao Tang
  • Eric Wafula
  • Chunfang Zheng
  • Victor A. Albert
  • Naomi S. Altman
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • Lorenzo Carretero-Paulet
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • James C. Estill
  • Yuannian Jiao
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Kun Liu
  • Wenbin Mei
  • Eric Wafula
  • Naomi S. Altman
  • Siwaret Arikit
  • Michael J. Axtell
  • Srikar Chamala
  • Andre S. Chanderbali
  • Feng Chen
  • Jian-Qun Chen
  • Vincent Chiang
  • Emanuele De Paoli
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • Ronald Determann
  • Bruno Fogliani
  • Chunce Guo
  • Jesper Harholt
  • Alex Harkess
  • Claudette Job
  • Dominique Job
  • Sangtae Kim
  • Hongzhi Kong
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Guanglin Li
  • Lin Li
  • Jie Liu
  • Hong Ma
  • Blake C. Meyers
  • Jongsun Park
  • Xinshuai Qi
  • Loic Rajjou
  • Valerie Burtet-Sarramegna
  • Ron Sederoff
  • Saima Shahid
  • Douglas E. Soltis
  • Pamela S. Soltis
  • Ying-Hsuan Sun
  • Matthieu Villegente
  • Jia-Yu Xue
  • Ting-Feng Yeh
  • Xianxian Yu
  • Jixian Zhai
  • Juan J. Acosta
  • Victor A. Albert
  • W. Bradley Barbazuk
  • Riva A. Bruenn
  • Srikar Chamala
  • Alexandre de Kochko
  • Claude W. dePamphilis
  • Joshua P. Der
  • Luis R. Herrera-Estrella
  • Enrique Ibarra-Laclette
  • Matias Kirst
  • James Leebens-Mack
  • Solon P. Pissis
  • Valerie Poncet
  • Stephan C. Schuster
  • Douglas E. Soltis
  • Pamela S. Soltis
  • Lynn Tomsho
  • Amborella Genome Project
Amborella trichopoda is strongly supported as the single living species of the sister lineage to all other extant flowering plants, providing a unique reference for inferring the genome content and structure of the most recent common ancestor (MRCA) of living angiosperms. Sequencing the Amborella genome, we identified an ancient genome duplication predating angiosperm diversification, without evidence of subsequent, lineage-specific genome duplications. Comparisons between Amborella and other angiosperms facilitated reconstruction of the ancestral angiosperm gene content and gene order in the MRCA of core eudicots. We identify new gene families, gene duplications, and floral protein-protein interactions that first appeared in the ancestral angiosperm. Transposable elements in Amborella are ancient and highly divergent, with no recent transposon radiations. Population genomic analysis across Amborella's native range in New Caledonia reveals a recent genetic bottleneck and geographic structure with conservation implications.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer1241089
TidsskriftScience
Vol/bind342
Udgave nummer6165
Antal sider10
ISSN0036-8075
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 20 dec. 2013

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