Plant genome archaeology: evidence for conserved ancestral chromosome segments in dicotyledonous plant species.

@article{Dominguez2003PlantGA,
  title={Plant genome archaeology: evidence for conserved ancestral chromosome segments in dicotyledonous plant species.},
  author={Isabelle Dominguez and Enrique Graziano and Christiane Gebhardt and Abdelali Barakat and Simon Berry and Pere Ar{\'u}s and Michel Delseny and Stephen C Barnes},
  journal={Plant biotechnology journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={91-9}
}
We have developed genetic maps, based on expressed sequence tags (ESTs) that are homologous to Arabidopsis genes, in four dicotyledonous crop plant species from different families. A comparison of these maps with the physical map of Arabidopsis reveals common genome segments that appear to have been conserved throughout the evolution of the dicots. In the four crop species analysed these segments comprise between 16 and 33% of the Arabidopsis genome. Our findings extend the synteny patterns… CONTINUE READING
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