Sequence of the Tomato Chloroplast DNA and Evolutionary Comparison of Solanaceous Plastid Genomes

@article{Kahlau2005SequenceOT,
  title={Sequence of the Tomato Chloroplast DNA and Evolutionary Comparison of Solanaceous Plastid Genomes},
  author={Sabine Kahlau and Sue M. Aspinall and J. C. Gray and Ralph Bock},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2005},
  volume={63},
  pages={194-207}
}
Tomato, Solanum lycopersicum (formerly Lycopersicon esculentum), has long been one of the classical model species of plant genetics. More recently, solanaceous species have become a model of evolutionary genomics, with several EST projects and a tomato genome project having been initiated. As a first contribution toward deciphering the genetic information of tomato, we present here the complete sequence of the tomato chloroplast genome (plastome). The size of this circular genome is 155,461… CONTINUE READING
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