Genomes of Herbaceous Land Plants

Edited by

  • Andrew Paterson, Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory, University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Advances in Botanical Research publishes in-depth and up-to-date reviews on a wide range of topics in plant sciences. Currently in its 69th volume, the series features several reviews by recognized experts on all aspects of plant genetics, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, physiology and ecology. This thematic volume features reviews on genomes of herbaceous land plants
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Postgraduates and researchers in plant sciences, including botany, plant biochemistry, plant physiology, plant pathology, virology, entomology, and molecular biology


Book information

  • Published: January 2014
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-417163-3

Table of Contents

1. A Backdrop: Principles of Plant Genome Organization
Andrew H. Paterson
2. Evolution of Plant Genome Analysis
Daniel G. Peterson
3. The Evolution of Plant Gene and Genome Sequencing
Stephen A. Goff, James C. Schnable, and Kenneth A. Feldmann
4. The First Plant Genome Sequence - Arabidopsis thaliana
Kenneth A. Feldmann and Stephen A. Goff
5. The First Monocot Genome Sequence - Oryza sativa (Rice)
Hiroaki Sakai, Tsuyoshi Tanaka, Baltazar A. Antonio, Takeshi Itoh, and Takuji Sasaki
6. Insights into the Common Ancestor of Eudicots
Jingping Li, Haibao Tang, John E. Bowers, Ray Ming, and Andrew H. Paterson
7. Insights into the Common Ancestor of Cereals
Xiyin Wang, Hui Guo, and Jingpeng Wang
8. Early History of the Angiosperms
Haibao Tang, Eric Lyons, and James Schnable
9. Prehistory of the Angiosperms: Characterization of the Ancient Genomes
Yuannian Jiao and Hui Guo
10. Decoding the Epigenomes of Herbaceous Plants
Robert J. Schmitz and Xiaoyu Zhang
11. The Plant Microbiome
Marnie E. Rout
12. Population Genomics of Plant Species
Khaled M. Hazzouri, Michael D. Purugganan, and Jonathan M. Flowers
13. A Short Course on the Impact of Gene Duplications on the Evolution of Novelty
Michael Freeling
14. Synthetic Haplotypes, Species, Karyotypes, and Proto-organisms?
Andrew H. Paterson