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bottle gourd genome provides insight on evolutionary history, relationships of c




researchers from the boyce thompson institute (bti), the united states department of agriculture (usda), and collaborators in china and france have produced the first high-quality genome sequence for the bottle gourd (lagenaria siceraria) and a reconstructed genome of the most recent cucurbitaceae a...



bottle gourd genome provides insight on evolutionary history, relationships of c




researchers from the boyce thompson institute (bti), the united states department of agriculture (usda), and collaborators in china and france have produced the first high-quality genome sequence for the bottle gourd (lagenaria siceraria) and a reconstructed genome of the most recent cucurbitaceae a...



bottle gourd genome provides insight on evolutionary history, relationships of c




lagenaria siceraria. credit: wikipedia/cc by-sa 3.0researchers from the boyce thompson institute (bti), the united states department of agriculture (usda), and collaborators in china and france have produced the first high-quality genome sequence for the bottle gourd (lagenaria siceraria) and a reco...



evolutionary biologists solve puzzle of evolutionary relationships among vertebr




using the largest and most informative molecular phylogenetic dataset ever analysed, evolutionary biologists were able to construct a new phylogenetic tree of jawed vertebrates. this new tree resolves several key relationships that have remained controversial, including the identification of lungfis...



38 effective bitter gourd (karela) juice benefits for skin, hair and health




how many of you love “karela” which is called bitter gourd/ bitter melon in english? not many, i guess. the taste is bitter and the appearance shows you ridged skin. it looks like warty, pale green version of a cucumber, don’t you think? run away from it, is what you might want to be doing.but...



new limits to functional portion of human genome reported




an evolutionary biologist at the university of houston has published new calculations that indicate no more than 25 percent of the human genome is functional. that is in stark contrast to suggestions by scientists with the encode project that as much as 80 percent of the genome is functional.



new limits to functional portion of human genome reported




image: evolutionary biologist dan graur has published new calculations that indicate no more than 25 percent of the human genome is functional. view more credit: university of houstonan evolutionary biologist at the university of houston has published new calculations that indicate no more than 25...



nhgri oral history collection features influential genomics researchers




image: this is a timeline of our genomics history. view more credit: ernesto del aguila iii, nhgria collection of oral history videos released today by the national human genome research institute (nhgri) features candid conversations with pioneering genomics researchers and an interactive discussi...



lauki juice: the green magic potion




as kids we used to literally run away when our mothers used to serve lauki. lauki or bottle gourd as we know in english was not really a favorite with many of the kids mostly because it’s green and kids really hate veggies. only now have we realized the benefits of this vegetable. in fact, lauki j...



flowers' genome duplication contributes to their spectacular diversity




all flowers share a history of genome duplication, which may have contributed to their spectacular diversity. credit: james clark, university of bristolscientists at the university of bristol have shed new light on the evolution of flowers in research published today in the royal society journal pro...



new analysis of rare argentinian rat unlocks origin of the largest mammalian gen




image: this is the red vizcacha rat, a rare species found in argentina. view more credit: mcmaster universityhamilton, july 12, 2017 -new biological information gleaned from the red vizcacha rat, a native species of argentina, demonstrates how genomes can rapidly change in size.researchers from mc...



parasite revealed: new insights into dicyemida




image: this is dicyemida. view more credit: okinawa institute of science and technology graduate university (oist)revealing the origin and evolutionary history of the world's manifold life forms is one way in which we seek to understand them. even the smallest inhabitant can yield fascinating insi...



how dinosaurs may have evolved into birds




microraptor. credit: utako kikutanitohoku university researchers and their international collaborators have identified a possible genetic mechanism underlying the evolution of birds, according to a recently published study in nature communications. studies of dinosaur fossils that show bird-like tra...



sunflower genome sequence to provide roadmap for more resilient crops




image: john m. burke is a professor of plant biology at the university of georgia. view more credit: paul efland/ugaathens, ga. - university of georgia researchers are part of an international team that has published the first sunflower genome sequence. this new resource will assist future researc...



a chromosome conformation capture ordered sequence of the barley genome




editor's summarytriticeae grasses, which include barley, wheat and rye, are widely cultivated plants with particularly complex genomes and evolutionary histories. sequencing of the barley genome has been particularly challenging owing to its large size and particular genomic features, such as an abu...



new lettuce genome assembly offers clues to success of huge plant family




image: richard michelmore, director of the uc davis genome center, and colleagues have released the first comprehensive genome assembly for lettuce and the huge compositae plant family, which includes diverse plants... view more credit: gregory urquiaga/uc davistoday (april 12), uc davis researcher...



cornell evolutionary biology professor explains how to 'walk the tree of life'




pop quiz: are crocodiles more closely related to lizards or to birds? the answer may surprise you. although traditional taxonomy classifies birds separately, they are actually closely related to crocodilians, sharing such groupwide characteristics as nest construction, parental care, a four-chambere...



what's a knot—and what's not—in genomic mapping




a depiction of a part of a simulated dna molecule within a nanochannel. the green beads are an unknotted portion of the molecule and the orange beads are a knot. credit: jain and dorfmanwhile dna sequencing provides precise, nucleotide-by-nucleotide genomic information, genome mapping provides a big...



how pythons regenerate their organs and other secrets of the snake genome




image: a burmese python superimposed on an analysis of gene expression that uncovers how the species changes in its organs upon feeding. view more credit: todd castoeevolution takes eons, but it leaves marks on the genomes of organisms that can be detected with dna sequencing and analysis.as metho...



scientists assemble zika virus mosquito genome from scratch




image: a multi-institutional team has sequenced the genome of the mosquito that transmits the zika virus uisng a new way to sequence the genome of an organism entirely from scratch, dramatically... view more credit: robert langa team spanning baylor college of medicine, rice university, texas child...



new insights into the ancestors of all complex life




image: the earliest metabolisms of the archaea were based on the anaerobic reduction of carbon dioxide, and likely evolved during the earliest period of earth's evolutionary history. view more credit: tim bertelinka team of scientists led by the university of bristol has provided new insights into...



the evolutionary story of birch, told through 80 genomes




a stand of silver birch trees. credit: wikimedia commons.forests of silver birch stretch across europe, and they are a wonder to behold: stands of slender, white-barked trees sheltering vast swathes of earth. but these woodlands also have value beyond their beauty: they are an economic asset, genera...



knowledge gap on the origin of sex




there are significant gaps in our knowledge on the evolution of sex, according to a research review on sex chromosomes from lund university in sweden. even after more than a century of study, researchers do not know enough about the evolution of sex chromosomes to understand how males and females em...



genome-wide data from a 40,000-year-old man in china reveals complicated genetic




image: this is a skeleton of the 40,000-year old tianyuan cave man. view more credit: image by fu qiaomeithe biological makeup of humans in east asia is shaping up to be a very complex story, with greater diversity and more distant contacts than previously known, according to a new study in curren...



research decoding the first deep-sea mussel genome published




a joint research led by hong kong baptist university (hkbu) and the hong kong university of science and technology (hkust) has assembled the 1.64 gigabytes genome of a deep-sea mussel, which is roughly equivalent to 50% of the size of human genome. this is the first decoded genome among all deep-sea...