Transcriptionally active transposable elements in recent hybrid sugarcane.

@article{Araujo2005TranscriptionallyAT,
  title={Transcriptionally active transposable elements in recent hybrid sugarcane.},
  author={Paula G de Araujo and Magdalena Rossi and Erika M. de Jesus and Nilo Luiz Saccaro and Daniela Kajihara and Rog{\'e}rio Massa and Juliana Maria de Felix and R. D. Drummond and Maria Cristina Falco and Sabrina Moutinho Chabregas and Eug{\^e}nio C{\'e}sar Ulian and Marcelo Menossi and Marie-Anne Van Sluys},
  journal={The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={44 5},
  pages={707-17}
}
Transposable elements (TEs) are considered to be important components of the maintenance and diversification of genomes. The recent increase in genome sequence data has created an opportunity to evaluate the impact of these active mobile elements on the evolution of plant genomes. Analysis of the sugarcane transcriptome identified 267 clones with… CONTINUE READING

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