publication . Other literature type . Article . 2016

Polyploidy: Pitfalls and paths to a paradigm.

Pamela S. Soltis; Pamela S. Soltis; Clayton J. Visger; Clayton J. Visger; Douglas E. Soltis; Douglas E. Soltis; D. Blaine Marchant; D. Blaine Marchant;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2016
  • Publisher: Wiley
Investigators have long searched for a polyploidy paradigm-rules or principles that might be common following polyploidization (whole-genome duplication, WGD). Here we attempt to integrate what is known across the more thoroughly investigated polyploid systems on topics ranging from genetics to ecology. We found that while certain rules may govern gene retention and loss, systems vary in the prevalence of gene silencing vs. homeolog loss, chromosomal change, the presence of a dominant genome (in allopolyploids), and the relative importance of hybridization vs. genome doubling per se. In some lineages, aspects of polyploidization are repeated across multiple orig...
free text keywords: Biodiversity, Genetic model, Phenotype, Complete data, Polyploid, Evolutionary biology, Gene, Gene duplication, Biology, Genome
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