The evolutionary history of plant T2/S-type ribonucleases

Abstract

A growing number of T2/S-RNases are being discovered in plant genomes. Members of this protein family have a variety of known functions, but the vast majority are still uncharacterized. We present data and analyses of phylogenetic relationships among T2/S-RNases, and pay special attention to the group that contains the female component of the most… (More)
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.3790

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