Paleo-evolutionary plasticity of plant disease resistance genes

@inproceedings{Zhang2013PaleoevolutionaryPO,
  title={Paleo-evolutionary plasticity of plant disease resistance genes},
  author={Rongzhi Zhang and Florent Murat and Caroline Pont and Thierry Langin and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Salse},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2013}
}
The recent access to a large set of genome sequences, combined with a robust evolutionary scenario of modern monocot (i.e. grasses) and eudicot (i.e. rosids) species from their founder ancestors, offered the opportunity to gain insights into disease resistance genes (R-genes) evolutionary plasticity. We unravel in the current article (i) a R-genes repertoire consisting in 7883 for monocots and 15758 for eudicots, (ii) a contrasted R-genes conservation with 23.8% for monocots and 6.6% for dicots… CONTINUE READING
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