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Journal of Bacteriology, ISSN 0021-9193, 10/2019
The most common intracellular symbiont on the planet –Wolbachia pipientis– is infamous largely for the reproductive manipulations induced in its host. However,... 
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, ISSN 0027-8424, 07/2015, Volume 112, Issue 27, pp. E3515 - E3515
Despite the enormous diversity among parasitic angiosperms in form and structure, life-history strategies, and plastid genomes, little is known about the... 
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 07/2015, Volume 112, Issue 27, p. E3515
  Despite the enormous diversity among parasitic angiosperms in form and structure, life-history strategies, and plastid genomes, little is known about the... 
Proteins | Plant mitochondria | Genomes | Parasites | Flowers & plants | Mutation
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Plant Cell, ISSN 1040-4651, 01/2011, Volume 23, Issue 7, pp. 2499 - 2513
Members of the flowering plant family Cucurbitaceae harbor the largest known mitochondrial genomes. Here, we report the 1685-kb mitochondrial genome of... 
Mitochondria | Recombination | Chloroplasts | Introns | Abundance | Flowering | Genomes | Gene mapping | Chromosomes | Conformation
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by Ming, Ray and Hou, Shaobin and Feng, Yun and Yu, Qingyi and Dionne-Laporte, Alexandre and Saw, Jimmy H and Senin, Pavel and Wang, Wei and Ly, Benjamin V and Lewis, Kanako L. T and Salzberg, Steven L and Feng, Lu and Jones, Meghan R and Skelton, Rachel L and Murray, Jan E and Chen, Cuixia and Qian, Wubin and Shen, Junguo and Du, Peng and Eustice, Moriah and Tong, Eric and Tang, Haibao and Lyons, Eric and Paull, Robert E and Michael, Todd P and Wall, Kerr and Rice, Danny W and Albert, Henrik and Wang, Ming-Li and Zhu, Yun J and Schatz, Michael and Nagarajan, Niranjan and Acob, Ricelle A and Guan, Peizhu and Blas, Andrea and Wai, Ching Man and Ackerman, Christine M and Ren, Yan and Liu, Chao and Wang, Jianmei and Wang, Jianping and Na, Jong-Kuk and Shakirov, Eugene V and Haas, Brian and Thimmapuram, Jyothi and Nelson, David and Wang, Xiyin and Bowers, John E and Gschwend, Andrea R and Delcher, Arthur L and Singh, Ratnesh and Suzuki, Jon Y and Tripathi, Savarni and Neupane, Kabi and Wei, Hairong and Irikura, Beth and Paidi, Maya and Jiang, Ning and Zhang, Wenli and Presting, Gernot and Windsor, Aaron and Navajas-Pérez, Rafael and Torres, Manuel J and Feltus, F. Alex and Porter, Brad and Li, Yingjun and Burroughs, A. Max and Luo, Ming-Cheng and Liu, Lei and Christopher, David A and Mount, Stephen M and Moore, Paul H and Sugimura, Tak and Jiang, Jiming and Schuler, Mary A and Friedman, Vikki and Mitchell-Olds, Thomas and Shippen, Dorothy E and Depamphilis, Claude W and Palmer, Jeffrey D and Freeling, Michael and Paterson, Andrew H and Gonsalves, Dennis and Wang, Lei and Alam, Maqsudul
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2008, Volume 452, Issue 7190, pp. 991 - 996
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BMC Biology, ISSN 1741-7007, 09/2006, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 31 - 31
Background: Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) to the plant mitochondrial genome has recently been shown to occur at a surprisingly high rate; however, little... 
RECOMBINATION | EVOLUTION | PROTEIN | CHLOROPLAST GENOME | MITOCHONDRIAL GENOME | DNA | SEQUENCE | BIOLOGY | FLOWERING PLANTS | RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE | GROUP-I INTRON | Symbiosis | Plants - genetics | Genes, Plant | Plastids - genetics | Gene Transfer, Horizontal | Rhodophyta - genetics | Bacteria - genetics | Oenothera - genetics
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