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TitleStructure and evolution of cereal genomes
AuthorsAndrew H Paterson, John E Bowers, Daniel G Peterson, James C Estill, Brad A Chapman
Year2003
Taxoncross
PDFstructure_evol.pdf
PublicationCurr Opin Genet Dev 13:644-650
Journal_linkhttp://www.current-opinion.com
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AbstractThe cereal species, of central importance to our diet, began to diverge 50-70 million years ago. For the past few thousand years, these species have undergone largely parallel selection regimes associated with domestication and improvement. The rice genome sequence provides a platform for organizing information about diverse cereals, and together with genetic maps and sequence samples from other cereals is yielding new insights into both the shared and the independent dimensions of cereal evolution. New data and population-based approaches are identifying genes that have been involved in cereal improvement. Reduced representation sequencing promises to accelerate gene discovery in many large-genome cereals, and to better link the under-explored genomes of orphan cereals with state-of-the-art knowledge.

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