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Uncovering patterns of the evolution of genomic sequence entropy and complexity
The lack of consensus concerning the biological meaning of entropy and complexity of genomes and the different ways to assess these data hamper conclusions concerning what are the causes of genomic entropy variation among ...
A strategy to identify genomic expression at single-cell level or a small number of cells
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, 2005)
The Buffalo Genome and the Application of Genomics in Animal Management and Improvement
(Int Buffalo Information Ctr, 2013-01-01)
The publication of the human genome sequence in 2001 was a major step forward in knowledge necessary to understand the variations between individuals. For farmed species, genomic sequence information will facilitate the ...
Genome size versus genome assemblies: Are the genomes truly expanded in polyploid fungal symbionts?
Each day, as the amount of genomic data and bioinformatics resources grows, researchers are increasingly challenged with selecting the most appropriate approach to analyze their data. In addition, the opportunity to undertake ...
Water Buffalo Genome Science Comes of Age
(Ivyspring Int Publ, 2010-01-01)
The water buffalo is vital to the lives of small farmers and to the economy of many countries worldwide. Not only are they draught animals, but they are also a source of meat, horns, skin and particularly the rich and ...
Comparative genomic analysis of plant-associated bacteria
(Annual Reviews, 2002-01-01)
This review deals with a comparative analysis of seven genome sequences from plant-associated bacteria. These are the genomes of Agrobacterium tumefaciens, Mesorhizobium loti, Sinorhizobium meliloti, Xanthomonas campestris ...
Integrated cytogenetics and genomics analysis of transposable elements in the Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus
Integration of cytogenetics and genomics has become essential to a better view of architecture and function of genomes. Although the advances on genomic sequencing have contributed to study genes and genomes, the repetitive ...
Organization of plastid genomes in the freshwater red algal order Batrachospermales (Rhodophyta)
Little is known about genome organization in members of the order Batrachospermales, and the infra-ordinal relationship remains unresolved. Plastid (cp) genomes of seven members of the freshwater red algal order Batrachospermales ...
Complete mitochondrial genomes of six species of the freshwater red algal order Batrachospermales (Rhodophyta)
(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018-01-01)
Only two mitochondrial (mt) genomes had been reported in members of the red algal order Batrachospermales, which are confined to freshwater habitats. Additional mt genomes of six representative members (Batrachospermum ...