Hardwood Tree Genomics: Unlocking Woody Plant Biology

@article{Tuskan2018HardwoodTG,
  title={Hardwood Tree Genomics: Unlocking Woody Plant Biology},
  author={G. Tuskan and A. Groover and J. Schmutz and S. DiFazio and A. Myburg and D. Grattapaglia and L. Smart and T. Yin and J. Aury and A. Kremer and Thibault Leroy and G. Le Provost and C. Plomion and J. Carlson and J. Randall and J. Westbrook and J. Grimwood and W. Muchero and D. Jacobson and J. Michener},
  journal={Frontiers in Plant Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={9}
}
Woody perennial angiosperms (i.e., hardwood trees) are polyphyletic in origin and occur in most angiosperm orders. Despite their independent origins, hardwoods have shared physiological, anatomical, and life history traits distinct from their herbaceous relatives. New high-throughput DNA sequencing platforms have provided access to numerous woody plant genomes beyond the early reference genomes of Populus and Eucalyptus, references that now include willow and oak, with pecan and chestnut soon… Expand
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