The Sequenced Angiosperm Genomes and Genome Databases

@article{Chen2018TheSA,
  title={The Sequenced Angiosperm Genomes and Genome Databases},
  author={Fei Chen and Wei Dong and Jiawei Zhang and Xinyue Guo and Junhao Chen and Zhengjia Wang and Zhenguo Lin and Haibao Tang and Liangsheng Zhang},
  journal={Frontiers in Plant Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={9}
}
Angiosperms, the flowering plants, provide the essential resources for human life, such as food, energy, oxygen, and materials. They also promoted the evolution of human, animals, and the planet earth. Despite the numerous advances in genome reports or sequencing technologies, no review covers all the released angiosperm genomes and the genome databases for data sharing. Based on the rapid advances and innovations in the database reconstruction in the last few years, here we provide a… 

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