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Towards CRISPR/Cas crops - bringing together genomics and genome editing.
Contents 682 I. 682 II. 683 III. 684 IV. 685 V. 685 VI. 688 VII. 690 VIII. 694 694 References 694 SUMMARY: With the rapid increase in the global population and the impact of climate change onExpand
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Genotyping‐by‐sequencing approaches to characterize crop genomes: choosing the right tool for the right application
Summary In the last decade, the revolution in sequencing technologies has deeply impacted crop genotyping practice. New methods allowing rapid, high‐throughput genotyping of entire crop populationsExpand
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Single-Cell Genomic Analysis in Plants
Individual cells in an organism are variable, which strongly impacts cellular processes. Advances in sequencing technologies have enabled single-cell genomic analysis to become widespread, addressingExpand
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Multiple transoceanic dispersals and geographical structure in the pantropical leafy liverwort Ceratolejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, Porellales)
AimHow disjunct distributions arise and why organisms differ in diversification patterns remain some of the most compelling fundamental questions in biogeography. We carry out phylogeographicalExpand
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Advances in Integrating Genomics and Bioinformatics in the Plant Breeding Pipeline
With the global human population growing rapidly, agricultural production must increase to meet crop demand. Improving crops through breeding is a sustainable approach to increase yield and yieldExpand
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Lejeuneaceae (Marchantiophyta) from a species-rich taphocoenosis in Miocene Mexican amber, with a review of liverworts fossilised in amber
We describe a diverse taphocoenosis in a piece of Mexican amber that includes two morphotypes assignable to the leafy liverwort family Lejeuneaceae, an angiosperm seed, a putative bud scale,Expand
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Towards a monophyletic classification of Lejeuneaceae I: subtribe Leptolejeuneinae subtr. nov.
We employed sequences of two chloroplast regions ( trn L- trn F, rbc L) and the nuclear ribosomal ITS region of seven accessions of Leptolejeunea to explore its phylogenetic position. MaximumExpand
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Molecular and Morphological Evidence Challenges the Records of the Extant Liverwort Ptilidium pulcherrimum in Eocene Baltic Amber
Preservation of liverworts in amber, a fossilized tree resin, is often exquisite. Twenty-three fossil species of liverworts have been described to date from Eocene (35–50 Ma) Baltic amber. InExpand
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Transfer of Lejeunea huctumalcensis to Physantholejeunea (Lejeuneaceae, Porellales)
Abstract. Phylogenetic analyses of a three-marker dataset of Lejeuneaceae (chloroplast genome rbcL gene and trnL–trnF region, and nuclear ribosomal ITS1–5.8S-ITS2 region) resolve LejeuneaExpand
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