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Origin and evolution of the forage allotetraploid species Stylosanthes scabra

The genus Stylosanthes includes nitrogen-fixing and drought-tolerant species of considerable economic importance for perennial pasture, green manure and land recovery. Stylosanthes scabra is adapted...

The first plastid genome for the plant parasite family Cytinaceae

Parasitic plants are a noticeable exception to the evolutionary stability of the plastid genome, but only some parasite lineages have been sequenced so far....

Plastid phylogenomics of the cool-season grass subfamily: Clarification of relationships among early-diverging tribes

Whole plastid genomes (plastomes) are being sequenced rapidly from across the green plant tree of life, and phylogenetic analyses of these are increasing resolution...

Plants, the inside story

Flowering plants devoid of leaves, roots, shoots and some without chloroplast DNA. Are they really plants? Discuss!

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Phylogeny, age and adaptive evolution of genus Allium

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Plants from different climates can react to drought in similar ways

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