Arabidopsis Genome Analysis As Exemplified By Analysis of Chromosome 4

@article{Mayer2000ArabidopsisGA,
  title={Arabidopsis Genome Analysis As Exemplified By Analysis of Chromosome 4},
  author={Klaus F. X. Mayer and Kai Lemcke and Christine M. Sch{\"u}ller and Stephen Rudd and Paolo Zaccaria},
  journal={Briefings in bioinformatics},
  year={2000},
  volume={1 4},
  pages={
          389-97
        }
}
During the last decade the small cruciferous plant Arabidopsis thaliana has become a model organism for flowering plants. Sequencing and analysis of the Arabidopsis genome is nearing completion. Beside an overview on methods and strategies for Arabidopsis genome analysis, a summary of the results from the first analysis is presented. This includes an overview on chromosomal organisation and topological features as well as a first comparison with other genomes. 
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