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A phylogeny of the chloroplast gene rbcL in the Leguminosae: taxonomic correlations and insights into the evolution of nodulation.
Phylogenetic analysis of the chloroplast-encoded rbcL gene in Leguminosae are consistent with previous hypotheses in suggesting that the family as a whole is monophyletic, but that only two of itsExpand
Molecular and Chromosomal Evidence for Allopolyploidy in Soybean1[OA]
Recent studies have documented that the soybean (Glycine max) genome has undergone two rounds of large-scale genome and/or segmental duplication. To shed light on the timing and nature of theseExpand
Molecular phylogeny of the salmonellae: relationships among Salmonella species and subspecies determined from four housekeeping genes and evidence of lateral gene transfer events.
The salmonellae are a diverse group of bacteria within the family Enterobacteriaceae that includes two species, Salmonella enterica and Salmonella bongori. In order to characterize the phylogeneticExpand
The wild side of a major crop: soybean's perennial cousins from Down Under.
The accumulation of over 30 years of basic research on the biology, genetic variation, and evolution of the wild perennial relatives of soybean (Glycine max) provides a foundation to improveExpand
Complete Plastome Sequences from Glycine syndetika and Six Additional Perennial Wild Relatives of Soybean
Organelle sequences have a long history of utility in phylogenetic analyses. Chloroplast sequences when combined with nuclear data can help resolve relationships among flowering plant genera, andExpand
Characterizing the allopolyploid species among the wild relatives of soybean: Utility of reduced representation genotyping methodologies
Allopolyploidy is a common feature in many angiosperm genera. The perennial wild relatives of soybean in the genus Glycine include at least nine recently formed (within the last million years)Expand
Channel catfish virus: use of nucleic acids in studying viral relationships.
Restriction digestion patterns were used to determine differences in the DNA of various isolates of channel catfish virus (CCV). All viruses were different from each other and from the type strain ofExpand