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Phenotypic plasticity is important in adaptation and shapes the evolution of organisms. However, we understand little about what aspects of the genome are important in facilitating plasticity. Eusocial insect societies produce plastic phenotypes from the same genome, as reproductives (queens) and nonreproductives (workers). The greatest plasticity is found(More)
BACKGROUND To identify as many different transcripts/genes in the Atlantic salmon genome as possible, it is crucial to acquire good cDNA libraries from different tissues and developmental stages, their relevant sequences (ESTs or full length sequences) and attempt to predict function. Such libraries allow identification of a large number of different(More)
The Plant Resistance Genes database (PRGdb; http://prgdb.org) is a comprehensive resource on resistance genes (R-genes), a major class of genes in plant genomes that convey disease resistance against pathogens. Initiated in 2009, the database has grown more than 6-fold to recently include annotation derived from recent plant genome sequencing projects.(More)
Legumes are the third largest family of angiosperms and the second most important crop class. Legume genomes have been shaped by extensive large-scale gene duplications, including an approximately 58 million year old whole genome duplication shared by most crop legumes. We report the genome and the transcription atlas of coding and non-coding genes of a(More)
BACKGROUND Trace or chromatogram files (raw data) are produced by automatic nucleic acid sequencing equipment or sequencers. Each file contains information which can be interpreted by specialised software to reveal the sequence (base calling). This is done by the sequencer proprietary software or publicly available programs. Depending on the size of a(More)
The Plant Resistance Genes database (PRGdb; http://prgdb.org) is a comprehensive resource on resistance genes (R-genes), a major class of genes in plant genomes that conveys disease resistance against pathogens. Initiated in 2009, the database has grown more than 6 fold to include annotation derived from recent plant genome sequencing projects such as(More)
The turbot is a flatfish (Pleuronectiformes) with increasing commercial value, which has prompted active genomic research aimed at more efficient selection. Here we present the sequence and annotation of the turbot genome, which represents a milestone for both boosting breeding programmes and ascertaining the origin and diversification of flatfish. We(More)
  • Marina A Emelyanova, Anatoliy A Skvortsov, Anna V Vlasova, Konstantin V Koryagin
  • 2013
Three scientific traditions of apraxia research are examined in this article: Luria's theory of the systemic structure and dynamic localization of higher mental functions, Bernstein's level theory of motor acts, and the neurocognitive approach. The apraxia classification developed by Luria, the classification of movements widely discussed in neurocognitive(More)
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