Polyploidy in fungi: evolution after whole-genome duplication.

@article{Albertin2012PolyploidyIF,
  title={Polyploidy in fungi: evolution after whole-genome duplication.},
  author={Warren Albertin and Philippe Marullo},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={279 1738},
  pages={
          2497-509
        }
}
Polyploidy is a major evolutionary process in eukaryotes-particularly in plants and, to a less extent, in animals, wherein several past and recent whole-genome duplication events have been described. Surprisingly, the incidence of polyploidy in other eukaryote kingdoms, particularly within fungi, remained largely disregarded by the scientific community working on the evolutionary consequences of polyploidy. Recent studies have significantly increased our knowledge of the occurrence and… CONTINUE READING
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