Epigenetics: Imprinting evolution in Arabidopsis

A new sequencing study in Arabidopsis lyrata permits comparison of imprinted genes with the closely related A. thaliana and furthers our understanding of both the proximate and ultimate causes of genomic imprinting.

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Figure 1: Arabidopsis lyrata.

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Patten, M. Epigenetics: Imprinting evolution in Arabidopsis. Nature Plants 2, 16152 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nplants.2016.152

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