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No evidence that sex and transposable elements drive genome size variation in evening primroses

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Jul 16, 2014

J Arvid ÅgrenStephen I Wright

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Genome size varies dramatically across species, but despite an abundance of attention there is little agreement on the relative contributions of selective and neutral processes in governing this variation. The rate of sexual reproduction can potentially play an important role in genome ...read more

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Phylogenetic Analysis
Short Tandem Repeat
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Genus
Disease Transmission
Genome Assembly Sequence
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Whole Genome Sequencing
Size
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No evidence that sex and transposable elements drive genome size variation in evening primroses

bioRxiv

Jul 16, 2014

J Arvid ÅgrenStephen I Wright

PMID: 990007161

DOI: 10.1101/007161

Abstract

Genome size varies dramatically across species, but despite an abundance of attention there is little agreement on the relative contributions of selective and neutral processes in governing this variation. The rate of sexual reproduction can potentially play an important role in genome ...read more

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Phylogenetic Analysis
Short Tandem Repeat
Species
Genus
Disease Transmission
Genome Assembly Sequence
Reproduction, Asexual
Attention
Whole Genome Sequencing
Size
7
19

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