Transcriptomic Shock Generates Evolutionary Novelty in a Newly Formed, Natural Allopolyploid Plant

@article{Buggs2011TranscriptomicSG,
  title={Transcriptomic Shock Generates Evolutionary Novelty in a Newly Formed, Natural Allopolyploid Plant},
  author={R. Buggs and Linjing Zhang and N. Miles and J. Tate and Lu Gao and Wu Wei and P. Schnable and W. Barbazuk and P. Soltis and D. Soltis},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={551-556}
}
New hybrid species might be expected to show patterns of gene expression intermediate to those shown by parental species. "Transcriptomic shock" may also occur, in which gene expression is disrupted; this may be further modified by whole genome duplication (causing allopolyploidy). "Shock" can include instantaneous partitioning of gene expression between parental copies of genes among tissues. These effects have not previously been studied at a population level in a natural allopolyploid plant… Expand
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