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Bhak, Jong
KOrean GenomIcs Center(KOGIC)
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Sequence-level analysis of the diploidization process in the triplicated FLOWERING LOCUS C region of Brassica rapa

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Sequence-level analysis of the diploidization process in the triplicated FLOWERING LOCUS C region of Brassica rapa
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Sequence-level analysis of the diploidization process in the triplicated FLOWERING LOCUS C region of Brassica rapa
Author
Yang, Tae-JinKim, Jung SunKwon, Soo-JinLim, Ki-ByungChoi, Beom-SoonKim, Jin-AJin, MinaPark, Jee YoungLim, Myung-HoKim, Ho-IILim, Yong PyoKang, Jason JonghoHong, Jin-HanKim, Chang-BaeBhak, Jong HwaBancroft, IanParka, Beom-Seok
Keywords
ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA; GENOME EVOLUTION; PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS; DNA-SEQUENCES; OLERACEA; GENE; DUPLICATION; NAPUS; MAP; MICROSATELLITES
Issue Date
2006-06
Publisher
AMER SOC PLANT BIOLOGISTS
Citation
PLANT CELL, v.18, no.6, pp.1339 - 1347
Abstract
Strong evidence exists for polyploidy having occurred during the evolution of the tribe Brassiceae. We show evidence for the dynamic and ongoing diploidization process by comparative analysis of the sequences of four paralogous Brassica rapa BAC clones and the homologous 124-kb segment of Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 5. We estimated the times since divergence of the paralogous and homologous lineages. The three paralogous subgenomes of B. rapa triplicated 13 to 17 million years ago (MYA), very soon after the Arabidopsis and Brassica divergence occurred at 17 to 18MYA. In addition, a pair of BACs represents a more recent segmental duplication, which occurred similar to 0.8 MYA, and provides an exception to the general expectation of three paralogous segments within the B. rapagenome. The Brassica genome segments show extensive interspersed gene loss relative to the inferred structure of the ancestral genome, whereas the Arabidopsis genome segment appears little changed. Representatives of all 32 genes in the Arabidopsis genome segment are represented in Brassica, but the hexaploid complement of 96 has been reduced to 54 in the three subgenomes, with compression of the genomic region lengths they occupy to between 52 and 110 kb. The gene content of the recently duplicated B.rapa genome segments is identical, but intergenic sequences differ
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10.1105/tpc.105.040535
ISSN
1040-4651
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