Logan McRae

College of Sciences

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Updated: April 5th, 2024 16:24

2022 journal article

Hybridization order is not the driving factor behind biases in duplicate gene losses among the hexaploid Solanaceae

By: L. McRae n, A. Beric* & G. Conant n

author keywords: Solanaceae; polyploidy; biased fractionation; hexaploidy; repetitive elements
MeSH headings : Genes, Duplicate; Polyploidy; Solanaceae / genetics; Evolution, Molecular; Brassicaceae / genetics; Bias; Genome, Plant
TL;DR: Whether the distribution of repetitive elements in these genomes can explain the biases in gene losses is explored, but while the signals found are broadly consistent with a role for high RE density in driving gene losses, the REs turn over so quickly that little signal of the RE condition at the time of paleopolyploidy is extant in the modern genomes. (via Semantic Scholar)
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