The assembly of Eucalyptus pauciflora (snow gum) genomes
Eucalyptus pauciflora (E. pauciflora) is a long-lived tree which displays the broadest altitudinal range of the ~900 species of eucalypt. However, its genome resources are limited. In this thesis, I assembled and assessed the chloroplast genome, mitochondrial genome and nuclear genome of E. pauciflora with a suite of new methods. I then used these resources to tackle a set of key biological questions about genome evolution. These include the existence of heteroplasmy in organellar genomes, the...[Show more]
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