Divergence of annual and perennial species in the Brassicaceae and the contribution of cis‐acting variation at FLC orthologues

@inproceedings{Kiefer2017DivergenceOA,
  title={Divergence of annual and perennial species in the Brassicaceae and the contribution of cis‐acting variation at FLC orthologues},
  author={C Kiefer and Edouard Severing and Robert L Karl and Sara Bergonzi and Marcus A. Koch and Achim Tresch and George Coupland},
  booktitle={Molecular ecology},
  year={2017}
}
Variation in life history contributes to reproductive success in different environments. Divergence of annual and perennial angiosperm species is an extreme example that has occurred frequently. Perennials survive for several years and restrict the duration of reproduction by cycling between vegetative growth and flowering, whereas annuals live for 1 year and flower once. We used the tribe Arabideae (Brassicaceae) to study the divergence of seasonal flowering behaviour among annual and… CONTINUE READING
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