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Spikemoss genome offers new paths for biofuels research -- bridges plant development gap
Date:5/6/2011

Phytozome in 2009. One metric she cites is the number of researchers who've contributed to the Selaginella Genomics wiki she helps maintain, whose existence spread solely by word of mouth. "There are more than 100 coauthors now just because people are interested in the genome," she said. "There have been a large number of recent papers, all including Selaginella genes because it really helps the researcher understand the evolution of their favorite gene family. Selaginella represents a whole branch of the plant evolutionary tree that no one has sampled before, and it is really important. The lignin story is just one example."


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Contact: David Gilbert
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DOE/Joint Genome Institute
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