Biology for the post-genomic era
Genome Biology publishes research articles, new methods and software tools, in addition to reviews and opinions, from the full spectrum of biology, including molecular, cellular, organism or population biology studied from a genomic perspective, as well as sequence analysis, bioinformatics, proteomics, comparative biology and evolution.
- Clare Garvey PhD, Genome Biology
A transcriptomic analysis of changes in soybean gene expression in response to mycorrhization identifies GmNF-YA1a/b as positive regulators of arbuscular mycorrhization
Method for mapping-by-sequencing in Arabidopsis, using the Pop-seq software, and application to barley and rice as well
Exposure of young seedlings to salt stress causes histone modifications and transcriptional changes, enhancing stress tolerance in mature plants
An analysis of copy number variations in 14 barley genomes shows that DNA repair and template slippage may have caused variations
An analysis of the effect of genotype and tissue type on transcriptional and epigenetic changes in maize inbred lines and hybrids
An analysis of SVP-regulated pathways that control vegetative and floral meristem development
Genotyping-by-Sequencing analysis of maize inbred accessions, identifying candidate genes for kernel color, sweet corn, and flowering time
A Research Highlight covering Mario Pezzotti's research article analyzing the plasticity of grape berrys in response to environmental changes
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Michael Schatz and colleagues assess challenges in de novo plant genome assembly and review the best practices for the plant community.
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Free webinar on plant genomics:
Breeding opportunities out of challenges, broadcast live 18th April 2013 sponsored by Affymetrix. A free to view panel discussion between Clare Garvey, Editor – Genome Biology, BioMed Central, Etienne Paux, INRA and Doreen Ware, USDA ARS, Adjunct Associate Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
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