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TitleUnravelling angiosperm genome evolution by phylogenetic analysis of chromosomal duplication events
AuthorsJohn E. Bowers, Brad A. Chapman, Junkang Rong, Andrew H. Paterson
Year2003
Taxonarabidopsis
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PublicationNature 422: 433-438
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AbstractConservation of gene order in vertebrates is evident after hundreds of millions of years of divergence, but comparisons of the Arabidopsis thaliana sequence to partial gene orders of other angiosperms (flowering plants) sharing common ancestry,170-235 million years ago, yield conflicting results. This difference may be largely due to the propensity of angiosperms to undergo chromosomal duplication (

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