A phylogenetic strategy based on a legume-specific whole genome duplication yields symbiotic cytokinin type-A response regulators.

@article{Camp2011APS,
  title={A phylogenetic strategy based on a legume-specific whole genome duplication yields symbiotic cytokinin type-A response regulators.},
  author={Rik H M Op den Camp and St{\'e}phane De Mita and Alessandra Lillo and Qingqin Cao and Erik Limpens and Ton Bisseling and Ren{\'e} Geurts},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={157 4},
  pages={
          2013-22
        }
}
Legumes host their Rhizobium spp. symbiont in novel root organs called nodules. Nodules originate from differentiated root cortical cells that dedifferentiate and subsequently form nodule primordia, a process controlled by cytokinin. A whole-genome duplication has occurred at the root of the legume Papilionoideae subfamily. We hypothesize that gene pairs originating from this duplication event and are conserved in distinct Papilionoideae lineages have evolved symbiotic functions. A phylogenetic… CONTINUE READING
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