Mitochondrial Genome Rearrangements in Glomus Species Triggered by Homologous Recombination between Distinct mtDNA Haplotypes

@inproceedings{Beaudet2013MitochondrialGR,
  title={Mitochondrial Genome Rearrangements in Glomus Species Triggered by Homologous Recombination between Distinct mtDNA Haplotypes},
  author={Denis Beaudet and Yves Terrat and S{\'e}bastien Halary and Ivan Enrique de la Providencia and Mohamed Hijri},
  booktitle={Genome biology and evolution},
  year={2013}
}
Comparative mitochondrial genomics of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) provide new avenues to overcome long-lasting obstacles that have hampered studies aimed at understanding the community structure, diversity, and evolution of these multinucleated and genetically polymorphic organisms.AMF mitochondrial (mt) genomes are homogeneous within isolates, and their intergenic regions harbor numerous mobile elements that have rapidly diverged, including homing endonuclease genes, small inverted… CONTINUE READING
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