The Effects of Gene Duplication Modes on the Evolution of Regulatory Divergence in Wild and Cultivated Soybean

Na Zhao
Na Zhao
Xiaoyang Ding
Xiaoyang Ding
Taotao Lian
Taotao Lian
Yan Tong
Yan Tong
Di Liang
Di Liang
Qi An
Qi An
Siwen Sun
Siwen Sun

Frontiers in genetics, pp. 6010032020.

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Abstract:

Regulatory changes include divergence in both -elements and -factors, which play roles in organismal evolution. Whole genome duplications (WGD) followed by diploidization are a recurrent feature in the evolutionary history of angiosperms. Prior studies have shown that duplicated genes have different evolutionary fates due to variable sele...More

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