Phylogenetic Analysis of Genes Related Nitrogen Fixation in Lotus japonicus

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Lotus Japonicus is the model organism in legumes which are very important plants playing a central role in biological research. Research on symbiotic nitrogen fixation in legumes has significant economic and scientific value. We utilized evolutionary analysis method explore symbiotic nitrogen fixation; statistical analysis the impacts on symbiotic nitrogen fixation genes in evolution. Application of comparative genomics methods to deepen the understanding of the genes related symbiotic nitrogen fixation.

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Zhengyi Jiang, Yugui Li, Xiaoping Zhang, Jianmei Wang and Wenquan Sun

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2996-2999

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S. D. Huang et al., "Phylogenetic Analysis of Genes Related Nitrogen Fixation in Lotus japonicus", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 220-223, pp. 2996-2999, 2012

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