Websites and papers

  • Bergthorsson U, KL Adams, B Thomason, & JD Palmer 2003. Widespread horizontal transfer of mitochondrial genes in flowering plants. Nature, 424:197-201.
  • El Baidouri M, M-C Carpentier, R Cooke, D Gao, E Lasserre, C Llauro, M Mirouze, N Picault, SA Jackson and O Panaud.2014. Widespread and frequent horizontal transposable elements in plants.  Genome Research  24: 831-838
  • Geering ADW, F Maumus, D Copetti, N Choisne, DJ Zwicki, M Zytnicki, AR McTaggart, S Scalabrin, S Vezzulli, RA Wing, H Quesneville and P-Y Teycheyney.2014.  Endogenous florendoviruses are a major components of plant genomes and hallmarks of virus evolution.  Nature Communications 5(5269) doi:10.1038/ncomms6269.
  • Kyndt T, D Quispe, H Zhai, R Jarrett, M Ghislain, Q Liu, G Gheysen, and JF Kreuze.2015.  The genome of cultivated sweet potato contains Agrobacterium T-DNAs with expressed genes:  an example of a naturally transgenic food crop.  Proc. Natl. Acad Sci USA  112:5844-5849
  • Liu et al 2012.Evolutionary force of AT-rich repeats to trap genomic and episomal DNAs into the rice genome: lessons from endogenous pararetrovirus. Plant Journal 72:817-82
  • Staginnus et al. 2007 Endogenous pararetroviral sequences in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) and related species BMC Plant Biology7:24

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