The Dynamic Nature of Genomes across the Tree of Life

@inproceedings{Oliverio2014TheDN,
  title={The Dynamic Nature of Genomes across the Tree of Life},
  author={Angela M. Oliverio and Laura A. Katz},
  booktitle={Genome biology and evolution},
  year={2014}
}
Genomes are dynamic in lineages across the tree of life. Among bacteria and archaea, for example, DNA content varies throughout life cycles, and nonbinary cell division in diverse lineages indicates the need for coordination of the inheritance of genomes. These observations contrast with the textbook view that bacterial and archaeal genomes are monoploid (i.e., single copied) and fixed both within species and throughout an individual's lifetime. Here, we synthesize information on three aspects… CONTINUE READING
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