The willow genome and divergent evolution from poplar after the common genome duplication

@inproceedings{Dai2014TheWG,
  title={The willow genome and divergent evolution from poplar after the common genome duplication},
  author={Xiaogang Dai and Quanjun Hu and Qingle Cai and Kai Feng and Ning Ye and Gerald A. Tuskan and Richard Ian Milne and Yingnan Chen and Zhibing Wan and Zefu Wang and Wenchun Luo and Kun Wang and Dongshi Wan and Mingxiu Wang and Jun Wang and Jianquan Liu and Tongming Yin},
  booktitle={Cell Research},
  year={2014}
}
Willows (Salix) and poplars (Populus) are known worldwide as woody species with diverse uses [1, 2]. Although these two genera diverged from each other around the early Eocene [3], they share numerous traits, including the same chromosome number of 2n = 38 and the common 'Salicoid' genome duplication with a high macrosynteny [4, 5]. However, most willow species flower early in their lives with short, small and sometimes indistinct stems, and thus differ from poplars in their life histories and… CONTINUE READING
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