The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics

@article{Schnable2009TheBM,
  title={The B73 Maize Genome: Complexity, Diversity, and Dynamics},
  author={P. Schnable and D. Ware and R. Fulton and J. Stein and F. Wei and Shiran Pasternak and C. Liang and J. Zhang and L. Fulton and Tina Graves and P. Minx and A. Reily and L. Courtney and Scott S. Kruchowski and Chad Tomlinson and C. Strong and Kim D. Delehaunty and C. Fronick and B. Courtney and Susan M. Rock and E. Belter and Feiyu Du and K. Kim and R. Abbott and M. Cotton and A. Levy and P. Marchetto and K. Ochoa and S. M. Jackson and B. Gillam and W. Chen and L. Yan and Jamey Higginbotham and M. Cardenas and J. Waligorski and Elizabeth Applebaum and L. Phelps and J. Falcone and Krishna L. Kanchi and T. Thane and A. Scimone and Nay Thane and J. Henke and T. Wang and J. Ruppert and N. Shah and Kelsi Rotter and J. Hodges and E. Ingenthron and M. Cordes and Sara Kohlberg and Jennifer Sgro and Brandon Delgado and Kelly Mead and A. Chinwalla and S. Leonard and Kevin Crouse and Kristi Collura and D. Kudrna and Jennifer Currie and R. He and A. Angelova and S. Rajasekar and T. Mueller and R. Lomeli and Gabriel Scara and A. Ko and Krista Delaney and Marina Wissotski and G. Lopez and David Campos and Michele Braidotti and Elizabeth Ashley and Wolfgang Golser and H. Kim and S. Lee and J. Lin and Zeljko Dujmic and Woojin Kim and J. Talag and A. Zuccolo and C. Fan and Aswathy Sebastian and M. Kramer and L. Spiegel and L. Nascimento and T. Zutavern and B. Miller and Claude Ambroise and S. Muller and W. Spooner and A. Narechania and Liya Ren and Sharon Wei and S. Kumari and B. Faga and Michael J. Levy and L. McMahan and P. Van Buren and M. Vaughn and Kai Ying and Cheng-Ting Yeh and S. Emrich and Yi Jia and A. Kalyanaraman and A. Hsia and W. Barbazuk and R. Baucom and T. Brutnell and N. Carpita and C. Chaparro and Jer-Ming Chia and J. Deragon and J. Estill and Yan Fu and J. Jeddeloh and Y. Han and H. Lee and P. Li and D. Lisch and Sanzhen Liu and Z. Liu and Dawn H Nagel and M. McCann and P. SanMiguel and A. Myers and D. Nettleton and J. Nguyen and Bryan W. Penning and L. Ponnala and Kevin L. Schneider and D. Schwartz and A. Sharma and C. Soderlund and N. Springer and Q. Sun and H. Wang and M. Waterman and R. Westerman and T. Wolfgruber and Lixing Yang and Y. Yu and L. Zhang and S. Zhou and Q. Zhu and J. Bennetzen and R. Dawe and J. Jiang and N. Jiang and G. Presting and S. Wessler and S. Aluru and R. Martienssen and S. Clifton and W. McCombie and R. Wing and R. Wilson},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={326},
  pages={1112 - 1115}
}
A-Maize-ing Maize is one of our oldest and most important crops, having been domesticated approximately 9000 years ago in central Mexico. Schnable et al. (p. 1112; see the cover) present the results of sequencing the B73 inbred maize line. The findings elucidate how maize became diploid after an ancestral doubling of its chromosomes and reveals transposable element movement and activity and recombination. Vielle-Calzada et al. (p. 1078) have sequenced the Palomero Toluqueño (Palomero) landrace… Expand
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