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BMC Evolutionary Biology

Genome evolution and evolutionary systems biology

Section edited by Maria Anisimova, Arndt von Haeseler and David Liberles

This section considers studies on genome evolution and systems biology approaches to determining evolutionary processes.

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    Grass powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis, Ascomycota) is a major pathogen of cereal crops and has become a model organism for obligate biotrophic fungal pathogens of plants. The sequenced genomes of two formae spe...

    Authors: Fabrizio Menardo, Coraline R. Praz, Thomas Wicker and Beat Keller

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:223

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    Small non-coding RNAs, including miRNAs, and gene silencing mediated by RNA interference have been described in free-living and parasitic lineages of flatworms, but only few key factors of the small RNA pathwa...

    Authors: Santiago Fontenla, Gabriel Rinaldi, Pablo Smircich and Jose F. Tort

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:215

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    Filamentous cyanobacteria that differentiate multiple cell types are considered the peak of prokaryotic complexity and their evolution has been studied in the context of multicellularity origins. Species that ...

    Authors: Robin Koch, Anne Kupczok, Karina Stucken, Judith Ilhan, Katrin Hammerschmidt and Tal Dagan

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:209

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    Cetacean brain size expansion is an enigmatic event in mammalian evolution, yet its genetic basis remains poorly explored. Here, all exons of the seven primary microcephaly (MCPH) genes that play key roles in siz...

    Authors: Shixia Xu, Xiaohui Sun, Xu Niu, Zepeng Zhang, Ran Tian, Wenhua Ren, Kaiya Zhou and Guang Yang

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:206

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    The molecular basis of evolutionary change is assumed to be genetic variation. However, growing evidence suggests that epigenetic mechanisms, such as DNA methylation, may also be involved in rapid adaptation t...

    Authors: Sabrina M. McNew, Daniel Beck, Ingrid Sadler-Riggleman, Sarah A. Knutie, Jennifer A. H. Koop, Dale H. Clayton and Michael K. Skinner

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:183

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    Numerous biological functions of long intergenic non-coding RNAs (lincRNAs) have been identified. However, the contribution of lincRNAs to the domestication process has remained elusive. Following domesticatio...

    Authors: Yun-Mei Wang, Hai-Bo Xu, Ming-Shan Wang, Newton Otieno Otecko, Ling-Qun Ye, Dong-Dong Wu and Ya-Ping Zhang

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:192

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    Pollen tube growth and fertilization are key processes in angiosperm sexual reproduction. The transmitting tract (TT) of Nicotiana tabacum controls pollen tube growth in part by secreting pistil extensin-like pro...

    Authors: Andrzej K. Noyszewski, Yi-Cheng Liu, Koichiro Tamura and Alan G. Smith

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:186

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    The distribution of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) lineages in Brazil is heterogeneous due to different regional colonization dynamics. Northeastern Brazil, although being an important region in terms of human imig...

    Authors: Ana Paula Schaan, Lorenna Costa, Diego Santos, Antonio Modesto, Marcos Amador, Camile Lopes, Sílvia Helena Rabenhorst, Raquel Montenegro, Bruno D. A. Souza, Thayson Lopes, France Keiko Yoshioka, Giovanny Pinto, Vivian Silbiger and Ândrea Ribeiro-dos-Santos

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:185

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    Circadian clocks are found in organisms of almost all domains including photosynthetic Cyanobacteria, whereby large diversity exists within the protein components involved. In the model cyanobacterium Synechococc...

    Authors: Nicolas M. Schmelling, Robert Lehmann, Paushali Chaudhury, Christian Beck, Sonja-Verena Albers, Ilka M. Axmann and Anika Wiegard

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:169

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    The cytosolic arrestin proteins mediate desensitization of activated G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) via competition with G proteins for the active phosphorylated receptors. Arrestins in active, including ...

    Authors: Henrike Indrischek, Sonja J. Prohaska, Vsevolod V. Gurevich, Eugenia V. Gurevich and Peter F. Stadler

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:163

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    The ever increasing availability of genomes makes it possible to investigate and compare not only the genomic complements of genes and proteins, but also of RNAs. One class of RNAs, the long noncoding RNAs (ln...

    Authors: Alberto Lopez-Ezquerra, Mark C. Harrison and Erich Bornberg-Bauer

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:155

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    Evolution of bacterial and archaeal genomes is a highly dynamic process that involves intensive loss of genes as well as gene gain via horizontal transfer, with a lesser contribution from gene duplication. The...

    Authors: Pere Puigbò, Kira S. Makarova, David M. Kristensen, Yuri I. Wolf and Eugene V. Koonin

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:94

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    NADPH oxidases (NOX) are ROS producing enzymes that perform essential roles in cell physiology, including cell signaling and antimicrobial defense. This gene family is present in most eukaryotes, suggesting a ...

    Authors: Ana Caroline Paiva Gandara, André Torres, Ana Cristina Bahia, Pedro L. Oliveira and Renata Schama

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:92

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:196

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    Clostridium difficile is a nosocomial pathogen prevalent in hospitals worldwide and increasingly common in the community. Sequence differences have been shown to be present in the Surf...

    Authors: Mark Lynch, Thomas A. Walsh, Izabela Marszalowska, Andrew E. Webb, Micheál MacAogain, Thomas R. Rogers, Henry Windle, Dermot Kelleher, Mary J. O’Connell and Christine E. Loscher

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:90

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:135

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    Opsins are light sensitive receptors associated with visual processes. Insects typically possess opsins that are stimulated by ultraviolet, short and long wavelength (LW) radiation. Six putative LW-sensitive o...

    Authors: Gloria I. Giraldo-Calderón, Michael J. Zanis and Catherine A. Hill

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:84

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    Mitochondrial introns intermit coding regions of genes and feature characteristic secondary structures and splicing mechanisms. In metazoans, mitochondrial introns have only been detected in sponges, cnidarian...

    Authors: Astrid Schuster, Jose V. Lopez, Leontine E. Becking, Michelle Kelly, Shirley A. Pomponi, Gert Wörheide, Dirk Erpenbeck and Paco Cárdenas

    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2017 17:82

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