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DNA Research is an internationally peer-reviewed journal which aims at publishing papers of highest quality in broad aspects of DNA and genome-related research …Find out more
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Many cultivated plants have undergone genome duplication, which led to their increased environmental adaptability. The authors of this article performed genome analysis of Hibiscus syriacus L., a close relative of cotton and cacao plants. Since the plant is inferred to have undergone two rounds of whole genome duplication, its genome analysis is expected to uncover general mechanisms governing events that occur after genome duplication including functional divergence of homeologous genes.
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