2022 article

Admixture of divergent genomes facilitates hybridization across species in the family Brassicaceae

Shin, H., Park, J. E., Park, H. R., Choi, W. L., Yu, S. H., Koh, W., … Huh, J. H. (2022, April 28). NEW PHYTOLOGIST.

By: H. Shin*, J. Park*, H. Park*, W. Choi*, S. Yu*, W. Koh*, S. Kim*, H. Soh* ...

author keywords: allopolyploidy; Brassicaceae; DNA methylation; epigenome; genome divergence; hybrid; xBrassicoraphanus
MeSH headings : Brassicaceae / genetics; DNA Methylation / genetics; Genome, Plant; Hybridization, Genetic
TL;DR: The results demonstrate that hybrid genome stabilization and transcription compatibility necessitate epigenome landscape adjustment and rewiring of cis–trans interactions, which suggests that a certain extent of genome divergence facilitates hybridization across species, which may explain the great diversification and expansion of angiosperms during evolution. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: May 10, 2022