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The resurrection genome ofBoea hygrometrica: A blueprint for survival of dehydration

"Drying without dying" is an essential trait in land plant evolution. Unraveling how a unique group of angiosperms, the Resurrection Plants, survive desiccation of their leaves and roots has been hampered by the lack of a foundational genome perspective. Here we report the ∼1,691-Mb sequenced... Full description

1st Person: Xiao, Lihong verfasserin
Additional Persons: Yang, Ge verfasserin; Zhang, Liechi verfasserin; Yang, Xinhua verfasserin; Zhao, Shuang verfasserin; Ji, Zhongzhong verfasserin; Zhou, Qing verfasserin; Hu, Min verfasserin; Wang, Yu verfasserin; Chen, Ming verfasserin; Xu, Yu verfasserin; Jin, Haijing verfasserin; Xiao, Xuan verfasserin; Hu, Guipeng verfasserin; Bao, Fang verfasserin; Hu, Yong verfasserin; Wan, Ping verfasserin; Li, Legong verfasserin; Deng, Xin verfasserin; Kuang, Tingyun verfasserin; Xiang, Chengbin verfasserin; Zhu, Jian-Kang verfasserin; Oliver, Melvin J. verfasserin; He, Yikun verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Vol. 112, No. 18 (2015), p. 5833-5837
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2015
Keywords: vegetative desiccation tolerance
resurrection plant
Boea hygrometrica
drought tolerance enhancement
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