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Identifying earthworms through DNA barcodes
Analysis of Complete Nucleotide Sequences of 12 Gossypium Chloroplast Genomes: Origin and Evolution of Allotetraploids
This study supports that the common ancestor of diploid A-genome species in Gossypium is the maternal source of extant allotetraploid species and allotetRAploids have a monophyletic origin.
The Coordination of Gene Expression within Photosynthesis Pathway for Acclimation of C4 Energy Crop Miscanthus lutarioriparius
Overall, this study indicates the coordinated expression between cyclic electron transport (consisting of LHCI, PSI, and ATPase) and CO2-concentrating mechanism (C4 cycle) could account for photosynthesis plasticity on M. lutarioriparius acclimation potential.
Systematic comparison of lncRNAs with protein coding mRNAs in population expression and their response to environmental change
This study provided a comprehensive understanding of expression characterization of l NCRNAs in population for M. lutarioriparius under field condition, which would be useful to explore the roles of lncRNAs and could accelerate the process of adaptation in new environment for many plants.
Correction: Analysis of Complete Nucleotide Sequences of 12 Gossypium Chloroplast Genomes: Origin and Evolution of Allotetraploids
A comparative analysis of 13 Gossypium chloroplast genomes, twelve of which are presented here for the first time, are performed to understand the mechanisms underlining the evolution of Gossypeium allotetraploids.
Population transcriptomics uncovers the regulation of gene expression variation in adaptation to changing environment
The results showed that environment and genetic diversity were the main factors determining gene expression variation in population, and highly expressed genes experienced stronger purifying selection than those at lower level.
Chloroplast DNA Structural Variation, Phylogeny, and Age of Divergence among Diploid Cotton Species
Phylogenetic analysis of indel distribution among the 19 genomes demonstrates contrasting evolutionary dynamics in different clades, with a parallel genome downsizing in two genome groups and a biased accumulation of insertions in the clade containing the cultivated cottons leading to large (for Gossypium) chloroplast genomes.
Genetic variation and bidirectional gene flow in the riparian plant Miscanthus lutarioriparius, across its endemic range: implications for adaptive potential
The results explain the genetic basis of the high degree of adaptability in M. lutarioriparius and identify potential sources of new germplasm for the domestication of this potential second‐generation energy crop.
Population transcriptomics reveals a potentially positive role of expression diversity in adaptation.
- Qin Xu, Shilai Xing, T. Sang
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of integrative plant biology
- 1 March 2015
It was found that expression diversity increased while genetic diversity decreased after the species was transplanted from the native habitats to the harsh domestication site, especially for genes involved in abiotic stress resistance, histone methylation, and biomass synthesis under water limitation.
Transcriptomic characterization of candidate genes responsive to salt tolerance of Miscanthus energy crops
Comparison transcriptomics of different populations among different environments will provide a basis for breeding and domestication of energy crops and might reveal a potential tolerance‐productivity trade‐off, where resources were allocated from growth to stress resistance.