What Genomes have been Sequenced?

klier at iscsvax.uni.edu klier at iscsvax.uni.edu
Sat Oct 10 13:49:00 EST 1992


Keith Robison writes:
> 	Chloroplast -- liverwort, tobacco, rice, beechdrops
> 	Plant mitochondrial -- liverwort (Chlamydomonas? -- I'm not sure)
> 	Arabidopsis  -- a few cosmid-sized (50Kb) segments done.

Ah, the zoological biases strike again ;-)

Chlamydomonas is an alga.

Arabidopsis, tobacco, rice and beechdrops are flowering plants (angiosperms).
The chloroplast genome of beechdrops is interesting because this is a
non-green parasite derived from holotropic ancestors.

Kay Klier  (stray botanist)



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