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  • Bocianowski, J.; Joks, W.; Zwierzykowska, E.; Jones, R. Neil; Kosmala, A.; Zwierzykowski, Z. (2006-06-14)
    In the allotetraploid, Festuca pratensis Huds. (2n = 4x = 28) £ Lolium perenne L. (2n = 4x = 28) the balance of chromatin, as determined by GISH, changes over successive generations of open pollination in favour of L. ...
  • Jones, R. Neil; Pasakinskiene, Izolda S. (2005)
    The genomes of grasses and cereals include a diverse and large collection of selfish genetic elements, many of which are fossil relics of ancient origin. Some of these elements are active and, because of their selfish ...
  • Hughes, Leonie J.; Marshall, Athole H.; Williams, T. Andy; Drayton, Michelle C.; Michaelson-Yeates, Terry P. T.; Jones, E. S.; Forster, John W.; Abberton, Michael T.; Bowen, Charlotte; Deakin, Charlotte (2009-11-09)
    White clover (Trifolium repens L.) is an important perennial forage legume of temperate pastures. The first genome map in white clover has been developed and new segregating families have been created that will allow marker ...
  • Michael T.; Athole H.; E. S.; Leonie J.; Michelle C.; Terry P. T.; Charlotte; Charlotte; T. Andy; John W. (2003)
    White clover (Trifolium repens L.) is an important perennial forage legume of temperate pastures. The first genome map in white clover has been developed and new segregating families have been created that will allow marker ...
  • Fitzpatrick, David A.; Creevey, Christopher J.; McInerney, James O. (2006-01)
    Placement of the mitochondrial branch on the tree of life has been problematic. Sparse sampling, the uncertainty of how lateral gene transfer might overwrite phylogenetic signals, and the uncertainty of phylogenetic inference ...
  • Slavov, Gancho Trifonu; Difazio, Stephen P.; Martin, Joel; Schackwitz, Wendy; Muchero, Wellington; Rodgers-Melnick, Eli; Lipphardt, Mindie F.; Pennacchio, Christa P.; Hellsten, Uffe; Pennacchio, Len A.; Gunter, Lee E.; Ranjan, Priya; Vining, Kelly; Pomraning, Kyle R.; Wilhelm, Larry J.; Pellegrini, Matteo; Mockler, Todd C.; Freitag, Michael; Geraldes, Armando; El-Kassaby, Yousry A.; Mansfield, Shawn D.; Cronk, Quentin C. B.; Douglas, Carl J.; Strauss, Steven H.; Rokhsar, Dan; Tuskan, Gerald A. (2012-11)
    Plant population genomics informs evolutionary biology, breeding, conservation and bioenergy feedstock development. For example, the detection of reliable phenotype–genotype associations and molecular signatures of selection ...
  • Jones, R. N.; Thomas, Howard (2009)
  • Steven; Fiona; Christopher J; Toni; Ewen (2014-04-07)
    Recently it has been shown that Ensifer adhaerens can be used as a plant transformation technology, transferring genes into several plant genomes when equipped with a Ti plasmid. For this study, we have sequenced the genome ...
  • Elsik, Christine G.; Tellam, Ross L.; Worley, Kim C.; Gibbs, R. A.; Muzny, D. M.; Weinstock, G. M.; Adelson, D. L.; Eichler, E. E.; Elnitski, L.; Guigo, R.; Hamernik, D. L.; Kappes, S. M.; Lewin, H. A.; Lynn, D. J.; Nicholas, F. W.; Reymond, A.; Rijnkels, M.; Skow, L. C.; Zdobnov, E. M.; Schook, L.; Womack, J.; Alioto, T.; Antonarakis, S. E.; Astashyn, A.; Chapple, C. E.; Chen, H.-C.; Chrast, J.; Camara, F.; Ermolaeva, O.; Henrichsen, C. N.; Hlavina, W.; Kapustin, Y.; Kiryutin, B.; Kitts, P.; Kokocinski, F.; Landrum, M.; Maglott, D.; Pruitt, K.; Sapojnikov, V.; Searle, S. M.; Solovyev, V.; Souvorov, A.; Ucla, C.; Wyss, C.; Anzola, J. M.; Gerlach, D.; Elhaik, E.; Graur, D.; Reese, J. T.; Edgar, R. C.; Mcewan, J. C.; Payne, G. M.; Raison, J. M.; Junier, T.; Kriventseva, E. V.; Eyras, E.; Plass, M.; Donthu, R.; Larkin, D. M.; Reecy, J.; Yang, M. Q.; Chen, L.; Cheng, Z.; Chitko-mckown, C. G.; Liu, G. E.; Matukumalli, L. K.; Song, J.; Zhu, B.; Bradley, D. G.; Brinkman, F. S.l.; Lau, L. P.l.; Whiteside, M. D.; Walker, A.; Wheeler, T. T.; Casey, T.; German, J. B.; Lemay, D. G.; Maqbool, N. J.; Molenaar, A. J.; Seo, S.; Stothard, P.; Baldwin, C. L.; Baxter, R.; Brinkmeyer-Langford, C. L.; Brown, W. C.; Childers, C. P.; Connelley, T.; Ellis, S. A.; Fritz, K.; Glass, E. J.; Herzig, C. T. A.; Iivanainen, A.; Lahmers, K. K.; Bennett, A. K.; Dickens, C. M.; Gilbert, J. G. R.; Hagen, D. E.; Salih, H.; Aerts, J.; Caetano, A. R.; Dalrymple, B.; Garcia, J. F.; Gill, C. A.; Hiendleder, S. G.; Memili, E.; Spurlock, D.; Williams, J. L.; Alexander, L.; Brownstein, M. J.; Guan, L.; Holt, R. A.; Jones, S. J. M.; Marra, M. A.; Moore, R.; Moore, S. S.; Roberts, A.; Taniguchi, M.; Waterman, R. C.; Chacko, J.; Chandrabose, M. M.; Cree, A.; Dao, M. D.; Dinh, H. H.; Gabisi, R. A.; Hines, S.; Hume, J.; Jhangiani, S. N.; Joshi, V.; Kovar, C. L.; Lewis, L. R.; Liu, Y.-S.; Lopez, J.; Morgan, M. B.; Nguyen, N. B.; Okwuonu, G. O.; Ruiz, S. J.; Santibanez, J.; Wright, R. A.; Buhay, C.; Ding, Y.; Dugan-Rocha, S.; Herdandez, J.; Holder, M.; Sabo, A.; Egan, A.; Goodell, J.; Wilczek-Boney, K.; Fowler, G. R.; Hitchens, M. E.; Lozado, R. J.; Moen, C.; Steffen, D.; Warren, J. T.; Zhang, J.; Chiu, R.; Schein, J. E.; Durbin, K. J.; Havlak, P.; Jiang, H.; Liu, Y.; Qin, X.; Ren, Y.; Shen, Y.; Song, H.; Bell, S. N.; Davis, C.; Johnson, A. J.; Lee, S.; Nazareth, L. V.; Patel, B. M.; Pu, L.-l.; Vattathil, S.; Williams, R. L.; Curry, S.; Hamilton, C.; Sodergren, E.; Wheeler, D. A.; Barris, W.; Bennett, G. L.; Eggen, A.; Green, R. D.; Harhay, G. P.; Hobbs, M.; Jann, O.; Keele, J. W.; Kent, M. P.; Lien, S.; Mckay, S. D.; Mcwilliam, S.; Ratnakumar, A.; Schnabel, R. D.; Smith, T.; Snelling, W. M.; Sonstegard, T. S.; Stone, R. T.; Sugimoto, Y.; Takasuga, A.; Taylor, J. F.; Van Tassell, C. P.; Macneil, M. D.; Abatepaulo, A. R.r.; Abbey, C. A.; Ahola, V.; Almeida, I. G.; Amadio, A. F.; Anatriello, E.; Bahadue, S. M.; Biase, F. H.; Boldt, C. R.; Carroll, J. A.; Carvalho, W. A.; Cervelatti, E. P.; Chacko, E.; Chapin, J. E.; Cheng, Y.; Choi, J.; Colley, A. J.; De Campos, T. A.; De Donato, M.; Santos, I. K. F. D. M.; De Oliveira, C. J. F.; Deobald, H.; Devinoy, E.; Donohue, K. E.; Dovc, P.; Eberlein, A.; Fitzsimmons, C. J.; Franzin, A. M.; Garcia, G. R.; Genini, S.; Gladney, C. J.; Grant, J. R.; Greaser, M. L.; Green, J. A.; Hadsell, D. L.; Hakimov, H. A.; Halgren, R.; Harrow, J. L.; Hart, E. A.; Hastings, N.; Hernandez, M.; Hu, Z.-l.; Ingham, A.; Iso-Touru, T.; Jamis, C.; Jensen, K.; Kapetis, D.; Kerr, T.; Khalil, S. S.; Khatib, H.; Kolbehdari, D.; Kumar, C. G.; Kumar, D.; Leach, R.; Lee, J. C-M; Li, C.; Logan, K. M.; Malinverni, R.; Marques, E.; Martin, W. F.; Martins, N. F.; Maruyama, S. R.; Mazza, R.; Mclean, K. L.; Medrano, J. F.; Moreno, B. T.; More, D. D.; Muntean, C. T.; Nandakumar, H. P.; Nogueira, M. F. G.; Olsaker, I.; Pant, S. D.; Panzitta, F.; Pastor, R. C. P.; Poli, M. A.; Poslusny, N.; Rachagani, S.; Ranganathan, S.; Razpet, A.; Riggs, P. K.; Rincon, G.; Rodriguez-Osorio, N.; Rodriguez-Zas, S. L.; Romero, N. E.; Rosenwald, A.; Sando, L.; Schmutz, S. M.; Shen, L.; Sherman, L.; Southey, B. R.; Lutzow, Y. S.; Sweedler, J. V.; Tammen, I.; Telugu, B. P. V.l.; Urbanski, J. M.; Utsunomiya, Y. T.; Verschoor, C. P.; Waardenberg, A. J.; Wang, Z.; Ward, R.; Weikard, R.; Welsh, T. H.; White, S. N.; Wilming, L. G.; Wunderlich, K. R.; Yang, J.; Zhao, F.-Q. (2009-04-24)
    To understand the biology and evolution of ruminants, the cattle genome was sequenced to about sevenfold coverage. The cattle genome contains a minimum of 22,000 genes, with a core set of 14,345 orthologs shared among seven ...
  • Young, M.; Artsatbanov, Vladislav; Beller, Harry R.; Chandra, Govind; Chater, Keith F.; Dover, Lynn G.; Goh, Ee-Been; Kahan, Tamar; Kaprelyants, Arseny S.; Kyrpides, Nikos; Lapidus, Alla; Lowry, Stephen R.; Lykidis, Athanasios; Mahillon, Jacques; Markowitz, Victor; Mavromatis, Konstantinos; Mukamolova, Galina V.; Oren, Aharon; Rokem, J. Stefan; Smith, Margaret C. M.; Young, D. I.; Greenblatt, Charles L. (2010-02-01)
    Micrococcus luteus (NCTC2665, 'Fleming strain') has one of the smallest genomes of free-living actinobacteria sequenced to date, comprising a single circular chromosome of 2,501,097 bp (G+C content, 73%) predicted to encode ...
  • Swain, Martin Thomas (2014-04-25)
    Tsetse flies are the sole vectors of human African trypanosomiasis throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Both sexes of adult tsetse feed exclusively on blood and contribute to disease transmission. Notable differences between ...
  • Davey, Hazel M.; Cross, Emma J. M.; Davey, Christopher L.; Gkargkas, Konstantinos; Delneri, Daniela; Hoyle, David C.; Oliver, Stephen G.; Kell, Douglas B.; Griffith, Gareth W. (2012-05-01)
    Although typically cosseted in the laboratory with constant temperatures and plentiful nutrients, microbes are frequently exposed to much more stressful conditions in their natural environments where survival and competitive ...
  • Slavov, Gancho T; Nipper, Rick; Robson, Paul; Farrar, Kerrie; Allison, Gordon G; Bosch, Maurice; Clifton-Brown, John C; Donnison, Iain S; Jensen, Elaine (2014-03)
    Increasing demands for food and energy require a step change in the effectiveness, speed and flexibility of crop breeding. Therefore, the aim of this study was to assess the potential of genome-wide association studies ...
  • Gancho Trifonu; Rick; Paul Russell; Kerrie; Gordon Graham; Maurice; John Cedric; Iain Simon; Elaine Fiona (2014-01)
    Increasing demands for food and energy require a step change in the effectiveness, speed and flexibility of crop breeding. The aim of this study was therefore to assess the potential of genome-wide association studies ...
  • Sorek, Rotem; Zhu, Yiwen; Creevey, Christopher J; Francino, M Pilar; Bork, Peer; Rubin, Edward M (2007)
    Horizontal gene transfer, in which genetic material is transferred from the genome of one organism to that of another, has been investigated in microbial species mainly through computational sequence analyses. To address ...
  • Rotem; Yiwen; Christopher J; M Pilar; Peer; Edward M (2007-11-30)
    Horizontal gene transfer, in which genetic material is transferred from the genome of one organism to that of another, has been investigated in microbial species mainly through computational sequence analyses. To address ...
  • David C.; Steven L.; Diane E. (2001)
    In the year 2001 a collection of yeast strains will be completed that are deleted in the 6000 open reading frames selected as putative genes by the initial bioinformatic analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome. The ...
  • Scott P.; Hirohisa; J. E.; David A.; David (2011-07-07)
    Blood flukes within the genus Schistosoma still remain a major cause of disease in the tropics and subtropics and the study of their evolution has been an area of major debate and research. With the advent of modern molecular ...
  • Whitworth, David E. (2009-06-04)
    The availability of bacterial genome sequences has ushered in an era of post-genomic research ¿ accelerating and often enabling molecular genetic analyses. For bacteriologists focussing on an individual bacterium, comparing ...
  • Whitworth, David E. (2008-11-01)
    The availability of bacterial genome sequences has ushered in an era of post-genomic research – accelerating and often enabling molecular genetic analyses. For bacteriologists focussing on an individual bacterium, comparing ...