Microstructure of a Brassica rapa genome segment homoeologous to the resistance gene cluster on Arabidopsis chromosome 4

@inproceedings{Suwabe2012MicrostructureOA,
  title={Microstructure of a Brassica rapa genome segment homoeologous to the resistance gene cluster on Arabidopsis chromosome 4},
  author={Keita Suwabe and Go Suzuki and Tsukasa Nunome and Katsunori Hatakeyama and Yasuhiko Mukai and Hiroyuki Fukuoka and Satoru Matsumoto},
  booktitle={Breeding science},
  year={2012}
}
Genome evolution is a continuous process and genomic rearrangement occurs both within and between species. With the sequencing of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome, comparative genetics and genomics offer new insights into plant biology. The genus Brassica offers excellent opportunities with which to compare genomic synteny so as to reveal genome evolution. During a previous genetic analysis of clubroot resistance in Brassica rapa, we identified a genetic region that is highly collinear with… CONTINUE READING

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