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The average size in Mbps of the nuclear (orange), plastid (green) and mitochondrial (blue) genomes in phylogenetic groups.

By Szabolcs Makai (190021), Xiao Li (107004), Javeed Hussain (276758), Cuiju Cui (707865), Yuesheng Wang (117320), Mingjie Chen (117315), Zhaowan Yang (707866), Chuang Ma (175429), An-Yuan Guo (105831), Yanhong Zhou (129697), Junli Chang (117310), Guangxiao Yang (109407) and Guangyuan He (109409)


<p>The plastome size remains similar in all the groups, whereas the chondriome seems to be inflating as plants are becoming more complex. The average genome size of gymnosperms is out of the scale due to the extremely large genome of Picea glauca, and the low number of species sequenced in the group.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Previous studies, Selaginella moellendorffii, eukaryotic cell, Arabidopsis thaliana, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, cyanobacterial origin, Nuclear Cyanobacterial Recruits, endosymbiotic origin, cyanobacterial gene recruits, Sorghum bicolor, mitochondrial integration, Other studies, dna, plastid symbiogenesis, Populus trichocarpa, Plant Kingdom, genome, Physcomitrella patens, Ostreococcus tauri, Oryza sativa
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120527.g002
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