- Phenotypic Impacts of Repetitive DNA in Flowering Plants
- Thomas R. Meagher, Christine Vassiliadis
- New Phytologist, Vol. 168, No. 1, Plant Evolutionary Genomics (Oct., 2005), pp. 71-80
- Subjects: Botany & Plant Sciences, Developmental & Cell Biology, Biological Sciences
- Key terms: genome, repetitive, content, latifolia, silene, sequence, phenotype, variation, nuclear, telomeric, element, transposable, flower, specie, plant, evolution, copia, maize, newphytologist, genetics, satellite, heslop, genomic, impact, chromosome
- CiteRank: 0.329
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