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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 AgrenStephen 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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Flow Cytometry
Species
DNA Transposable Elements
Entire Reproductive System
Genital System
Sexual Reproduction
Whole Genome Sequencing
Genome
Size
Attention
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  • No evidence that sex and transposable elements drive genome size variation in evening primroses

    bioRxiv

    Jul 16, 2014

    J. Arvid AgrenStephen 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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    Flow Cytometry
    Species
    DNA Transposable Elements
    Entire Reproductive System
    Genital System
    7
    19

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