[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Genome Size

(Wernegreen, Ochman et al. 2000; Kidwell 2002; Bennett, Leitch et al. 2003; Ozkan, Tuna et al. 2003; Baack, Whitney et al. 2005; Greilhuber, Dolezel et al. 2005; Vitte and Panaud 2005; Hawkins, Kim et al. 2006; Neumann, Koblizkova et al. 2006; Bosco, Campbell et al. 2007; Gregory, Nicol et al. 2007; Leitch, Beaulieu et al. 2007; Oliver, Petrov et al. 2007; Organ, Shedlock et al. 2007; Zuccolo, Sebastian et al. 2007; Gregory and Johnston 2008; Smarda, Bures et al. 2008; Tsutsui, Suarez et al. 2008; Chrtek, Zahradnicek et al. 2009; Hou and Lin 2009; Hou and Lin 2009; Isambert and Stein 2009; Leitch, Kahandawala et al. 2009; Morse, Peterson et al. 2009; Organ and Shedlock 2009; Smith and Gregory 2009; Kraaijeveld 2010; Nakabachi, Koshikawa et al. 2010; Zedek, Smerda et al. 2010; Arensburger, Hice et al. 2011; Arensburger, Hice et al. 2011; Dufresne and Jeffery 2011; Tenaillon, Hufford et al. 2011; Tollis and Boissinot 2011; Yotoko, Dornelas et al. 2011; Friar, Goldman et al. 2012; Zhang and Dawe 2012) (Park, Park et al. 2012).





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Arensburger, P., R. H. Hice, et al. (2011). "The mosquito Aedes aegypti has a large genome size and high transposable element load but contains a low proportion of transposon-specific piRNAs." BMC Genomics 12: 606. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22171608.

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Oliver, M. J., D. Petrov, et al. (2007). "The mode and tempo of genome size evolution in eukaryotes." Genome Res 17(5): 594-601. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17420184.

Organ, C. L. and A. M. Shedlock (2009). "Palaeogenomics of pterosaurs and the evolution of small genome size in flying vertebrates." Biol Lett 5(1): 47-50. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18940771.

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Zhang, H. and R. K. Dawe (2012). "Total centromere size and genome size are strongly correlated in ten grass species." Chromosome Res 20(4): 403-412. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22552915.

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