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Landscape Genomic Conservation Assessment of a Narrow-Endemic and a Widespread Morning Glory From Amazonian Savannas
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This first genomic assessment of genetic diversity, gene flow, and patterns of local adaptation in tropical plant species belonging to different IUCN Red List Categories is performed and exemplifies how landscape genomic tools can be employed to assess the status, threats and adaptive responses of imperiled biodiversity.
Quillworts from the Amazon: A multidisciplinary populational study on Isoetes serracarajensis and Isoetes cangae
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An extensive morphological, physiological and genetic characterization of both species to establish species boundaries and better understand the morphological and genetic features of these two species set the basis for a deeper understanding of the evolution of the Isoetes genus.
Phylogenetic classification and clinical aspects of a new putative Deltapapillomavirus associated with skin lesions in cattle.
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The analysis of the L1 gene showed that this strain was most closely related to the BPVs -1, -2, -13 , and OaPV1, and its phylogenetic position within the genus was verified.
Chloroplast genomes of key species shed light on the evolution of the ancient genus Isoetes
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The phylogenomic analyses comprising representatives of all major clades yielded well‐supported nodes and identical topologies using maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference and revealed genomic traits such as the presence or absence of internal stop codons, a tRNA, and an intron were revealed to be conserved within groups, suggesting that these genomic traits might reveal vital information about the evolution of the genus.
Genomic in situ hybridization in Triticeae: a methodological approach.
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The hybrids and their derivatives from breeding pro‐ grams can be analyzed by means of different approaches, aiming the full knowledge on the phenotypic constitution of the plant material for its subsequent utilization.
Accessing genetic diversity levels of Brazilian genotypes of castor with AFLP and ISSR markers
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The successful association between genotypes and speci c marks highlighted the great potential of AFLP and ISSR markers to access the variability within the species and provides an important contribution to guide crosses between accessions with traits of interest.
Molecular Markers to Access Genetic Diversity of Castor Bean: Current Status and Prospects for Breeding Purposes
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The spurge family is one of the most diverse and numerous clades of the angiosperms, including several species of great economic importance as rubber tree, cassava, and some oil seed crops, as candlenut (Aleurites moluccana), physic nut (Jatropha curcas) and castor bean.
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