Single-copy genes define a conserved order between rice and wheat for understanding differences caused by duplication, deletion, and transposition of genes

@article{Singh2006SinglecopyGD,
  title={Single-copy genes define a conserved order between rice and wheat for understanding differences caused by duplication, deletion, and transposition of genes},
  author={Nagendra Kumar Singh and V. Dalal and Kamlesh Batra and Binay Kumar Singh and G. Chitra and Archana K. Singh and Irfan Ahmad Ghazi and Mahavir Yadav and Awadhesh Pandit and Rekha Dixit and Pradeep K. Singh and Harvinder Singh and Kirpa Ram Koundal and Kishor Gaikwad and Trilochan Mohapatra and T. R. Sharma},
  journal={Functional & Integrative Genomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={17-35}
}
The high-quality rice genome sequence is serving as a reference for comparative genome analysis in crop plants, especially cereals. However, early comparisons with bread wheat showed complex patterns of conserved synteny (gene content) and colinearity (gene order). Here, we show the presence of ancient duplicated segments in the progenitor of wheat, which were first identified in the rice genome. We also show that single-copy (SC) rice genes, those representing unique matches with wheat… CONTINUE READING

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