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Distinct mechanisms govern the dosage-dependent and developmentally regulated resistance conferred by the maize Hm2 gene.
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Different mechanisms seem to underlie the developmentally programmed versus the partially dominant resistance phenotype of Hm2, which is similar to Hm1, the better-known disease resistance gene of the maize-CCR1 pathosystem. Expand
Entire plastid phylogeny of the carrot genus (Daucus, Apiaceae): Concordance with nuclear data and mitochondrial and nuclear DNA insertions to the plastid.
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A well-resolved plastid phylogeny of Daucus is produced and the first instance in flowering plants of a sequence of potential nuclear genome origin inserted into the plastID genome is identified. Expand
Phylogenomics of the carrot genus (Daucus, Apiaceae).
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The utility of multiple nuclear orthologs for the taxonomic resolution of wild and cultivated carrot, Daucus species is explored and a useful subset of markers and approaches are highlighted for future studies of dominant topologies in Daucus. Expand
Analyses of 202 plastid genomes elucidate the phylogeny of Solanum section Petota
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The present plastid analysis discovered the same major clades as the nuclear data but with some substantial differences in topology within the clades. Expand
Genomic Analyses Yield Markers for Identifying Agronomically Important Genes in Potato.
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Genome-wide genetic variation analysis showed that the diversity of wild potatoes is higher than that of cultivated potatoes, and much higher genetic diversity in the agronomically important disease resistance genes was observed in wild potatoes. Expand
Integrated Molecular and Morphological Studies of the Daucus guttatus Complex (Apiaceae)
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This research redefines species variation in the Daucus guttatus complex, clarifies species names, interspecific relationships, confirms a useful subset of nuclear orthologs for studies of dominant topologies of Daucus, and discovers morphological characters allowing proper identification of the four species of the D. gutTatus complex and related species. Expand
Greatly reduced phylogenetic structure in the cultivated potato clade (Solanum section Petota pro parte).
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The first in-depth phylogenetic study of the cultivated potato clade is provided, providing insight into the cause of their taxonomic problems, and support the recent reduction of species in this clade. Expand
Genotyping-by-sequencing reveals the origin of the Tunisian relatives of cultivated carrot (Daucus carota)
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Results from Genotyping-by-Sequencing (GBS) from 33 Tunisian accessions of D. carota add support to the utility of large SNP datasets for species-level phylogenetic studies in Daucus. Expand
What is truth: Consensus and discordance in next‐generation phylogenetic analyses of Daucus
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There are areas of discordance in all four results using the same accessions analyzed with maximum parsimony, maximum likelihood, and with the nuclear data species trees through a coalescent analysis, which raises questions concerning the best data and analytical methods to reconstruct and understand the “truth” of a phylogeny. Expand
An integrated genomics approach towards deciphering human genome codes shaping HIV-1 proviral transcription and fate
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Clinical relevance is demonstrated by interrogating the positions of intact proviruses persisting in patients under suppressive therapy and provide a compass compatible with clinical decision-making by describing the importance of specific chromatin states and genome architecture in the control of HIV-1 transcription activity. Expand
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