X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
plant sciences (68) 68
evolution (66) 66
genomics (51) 51
genome size (50) 50
genomes (49) 49
plants (49) 49
phylogeny (45) 45
index medicus (44) 44
angiosperms (36) 36
polyploidy (35) 35
genome, plant (29) 29
chromosomes (27) 27
dna (25) 25
evolutionary biology (23) 23
flow cytometry (23) 23
analysis (20) 20
nuclear-dna content (19) 19
plant genetics (19) 19
c-value (17) 17
biological evolution (16) 16
dna, plant - genetics (16) 16
genetics (16) 16
phylogenetics (16) 16
botany (15) 15
evolution, molecular (15) 15
flow-cytometry (15) 15
research (15) 15
transposable elements (15) 15
biological taxonomies (14) 14
genetic variation (14) 14
genetics & heredity (14) 14
ploidies (13) 13
deoxyribonucleic acid--dna (12) 12
diversity (12) 12
ecology (12) 12
ribosomal dna (12) 12
genetic aspects (11) 11
genetic research (11) 11
life sciences (11) 11
arabidopsis (10) 10
dynamics (10) 10
flowers & plants (10) 10
hybridization (10) 10
magnoliopsida - genetics (10) 10
repetitive dna (10) 10
origin (9) 9
plant genomes (9) 9
sequences (9) 9
animals (8) 8
biochemistry & molecular biology (8) 8
cell-size (8) 8
dna c-values (8) 8
ferns (8) 8
genome, plant - genetics (8) 8
plants - genetics (8) 8
species specificity (8) 8
biodiversity (7) 7
cell nucleus - genetics (7) 7
chromosome number (7) 7
flowering plants (7) 7
food and beverages (7) 7
genes (7) 7
genome (7) 7
original (7) 7
original articles (7) 7
plant breeding (7) 7
pteridophytes (7) 7
rdna (7) 7
sequence analysis, dna (7) 7
size (7) 7
biology (6) 6
c-values (6) 6
diploidy (6) 6
fungi (6) 6
genome evolution (6) 6
guard cells (6) 6
gymnosperms (6) 6
in-situ hybridization (6) 6
mechanisms (6) 6
next-generation sequencing (6) 6
nitrogen (6) 6
plant science (6) 6
research article (6) 6
retrotransposons (6) 6
seed plants (6) 6
taxa (6) 6
anopheles (5) 5
biological diversity (5) 5
crystal-structures (5) 5
deoxyribonucleic acid (5) 5
ferns - genetics (5) 5
fluorescence in situ hybridization (5) 5
genome size evolution (5) 5
genome size variation (5) 5
in situ hybridization (5) 5
karyotypes (5) 5
nuclear ribosomal dna (5) 5
nuclear-dna amounts (5) 5
plant genetics & genomics (5) 5
ploidy (5) 5
more...
Library Location Library Location
Library Location Library Location
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Online Resources - Online (2) 2
Physics - Stacks (1) 1
Regis College - Stacks (1) 1
Robarts - Stacks (1) 1
Royal Ontario Museum - Rare Book (1) 1
Trinity College (John W Graham) - Storage (1) 1
Victoria University Emmanuel College - Stacks (1) 1
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


New Phytologist, ISSN 0028-646X, 11/2019
Journal Article
NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, ISSN 2041-1723, 10/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 14
Date palms (Phoenix dactylifera) are an important fruit crop of arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa. Despite its importance, few genomic resources... 
READ ALIGNMENT | PHOENIX-DACTYLIFERA L | ANNOTATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MODEL | INVERTASE | EXPRESSION | PREDICTION | TOOL | Transcription factors | Composition | Arid regions | Biological evolution | Crops | Color | Invertase | Insertion | Arid environments | Genomes | Mapping | Gene deletion | Fruits | Clonal deletion | Deletion | Evolution | Mutation | Gene mapping | Sugar
Journal Article
Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 12/2016, Volume 70, Issue 12, pp. 2915 - 2916
Journal Article
Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 12/2016, Volume 70, Issue 12, pp. 2915 - 2916
Journal Article
Evolution, ISSN 0014-3820, 12/2016, Volume 70, Issue 12, pp. 2915 - 2916
Journal Article
Trends in Plant Science, ISSN 1360-1385, 07/2017, Volume 22, Issue 7, p. 567
At 50-fold the size of the human genome (3Gb), the staggeringly huge genome of 147.3 Gb recently discovered in the fern Tmesipteris obliqua is comparable in... 
Studies | Eukaryotes | Ferns | Size | Flowering | Genomes | Plants (organisms) | Flowers & plants
Journal Article
The Plant Journal, ISSN 0960-7412, 12/2014, Volume 80, Issue 5, p. 823
  Summary Endogenous pararetroviral sequences are the most commonly found virus sequences integrated into angiosperm genomes. We describe an endogenous... 
Plant diseases | Plant pathology | Genomes | Ribonucleic acid--RNA
Journal Article
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 09/2014, Volume 111, Issue 39, p. E4096
  Genomic DNA base composition (GC content) is predicted to significantly affect genome functioning and species ecology. Although several hypotheses have been... 
Flow cytometry | Genomics | Phylogenetics | Flowers & plants | Chromosomes | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
Journal Article
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2296-701X, 07/2017, Volume 5
Nitrogen (N) and/or phosphorus (P) availability can limit growth of primary producers across most of the world's aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. These... 
Genome size | Stoichiometry | Polyploidy | Crops | Nutrients | Phosphorus | Nitrogen | stoichiometry | LIFE-HISTORY TRAITS | N-P STOICHIOMETRY | nitrogen | USE EFFICIENCY | crops | genome size | NUTRIENT | FRESH-WATER | nutrients | TERRESTRIAL | polyploidy | ECOLOGY | EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE | PLANT-SOIL FEEDBACKS | LIMITATION | phosphorus
Journal Article
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN 0024-4074, 09/2010, Volume 164, Issue 1, pp. 10 - 15
We report the largest eukaryotic genome to date in the monocot Paris japonica (Melanthiaceae, 1C = 152.23 pg), measured using flow cytometry. This value is 15%... 
Kinugasa | stomata | guard cells | flow cytometry | C‐value | genome size | Melanthiaceae | Paris | Genome size | Flow cytometry | Guard cells | Stomata | C-value | TRIBE MELANTHIEAE | PHYLOGENY GROUP CLASSIFICATION | NUCLEAR-DNA CONTENT | ANGIOSPERMS | CELL-SIZE | CHROMOSOMES | PLANT SCIENCES | EVOLUTION | FLOWERING PLANTS | FLOW-CYTOMETRY | Genomics | Angiosperms
Journal Article
Biodiversity Data Journal, ISSN 1314-2836, 2016, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. e10003 - 15
Background The common stinging nettle, Urtica dioica L. sensu lato, is an invertebrate "superhost", its clonal patches maintaining large populations of insects... 
Genome size | Urtica | Cytotype variation | Megatransect | megatransect | cytotype variation | genome size | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Diploids | Flow cytometry | Ploidy | Genomes
Journal Article
Journal Article