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WRKY6 Transcription Factor Restricts Arsenate Uptake and Transposon Activation in Arabidopsis[W]
This work shows that plants respond to arsenate by immediately freezing its uptake through the action of a transcriptional repressor of phosphate transporters and that the same transcription factorExpand
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Bridging the micro- and macroevolutionary levels in phylogenomics: Hyb-Seq solves relationships from populations to species and above.
Reconstructing phylogenetic relationships at the micro- and macroevoutionary levels within the same tree is problematic because of the need to use different data types and analytical frameworks. WeExpand
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Phylogenetic analyses reveal high levels of polyphyly among pleurocarpous lineages as well as novel clades
Abstract Phylogenetic analyses of the Hypnales usually show the same picture of poorly resolved trees with a large number of polyphyletic taxa and low support for the few reconstructed clades. OneExpand
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When morphology and molecules tell us different stories: a case-in-point with Leptodon corsicus, a new and unique endemic moss species from Corsica
Abstract Leptodon corsicus (Neckeraceae) is described as the first endemic moss species from Corsica. It strikingly differs from the other species of the genus by the lack of a dense and pinnate toExpand
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Evolution of the Neckeraceae (Bryophyta): Resolving the backbone phylogeny
Abstract Earlier phylogenetic studies, including species belonging to the Neckeraceae, have indicated that this pleurocarpous moss family shares a strongly supported sister group relationship withExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships in the ‘Pinnatella’ clade of the moss family Neckeraceae (Bryophyta)
The family Neckeraceae is composed of three distinct clades, of which two, i.e. the Neckera and Thamnobryum clades, are well defined. The third clade, consisting of species belonging to Caduciella,Expand
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Comparative Transcriptomic Analysis of the Response of Dunaliella acidophila (Chlorophyta) to Short-Term Cadmium and Chronic Natural Metal-Rich Water Exposures
Heavy metals are toxic compounds known to cause multiple and severe cellular damage. However, acidophilic extremophiles are able to cope with very high concentrations of heavy metals. This studyExpand
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Transcriptional response to copper excess and identification of genes involved in heavy metal tolerance in the extremophilic microalga Chlamydomonas acidophila
High concentrations of heavy metals are typical of acidic environments. Therefore, studies on acidophilic organisms in their natural environments improve our understanding on the evolution of heavyExpand
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Altitudinal gradients, biogeographic history and microhabitat adaptation affect fine-scale spatial genetic structure in African and Neotropical populations of an ancient tropical tree species
The analysis of fine-scale spatial genetic structure (FSGS) within populations can provide insights into eco-evolutionary processes. Restricted dispersal and locally occurring genetic drift are theExpand
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