LiNishiyamaWallerEtAl2020

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Li, F.-W., Nishiyama, T., Waller, M., Frangedakis, E., Keller, J., Li, Z., Fernandez-Pozo, N., Barker, M.S., Bennett, T., Blazquez, M.A., Cheng, S., Cuming, A.C., de Vries, J., de Vries, S., Delaux, P.-M., Diop, I.S., Harrison, C.J., Hauser, D., Hernandez-Garcia, J., Kirbis, A., Meeks, J.C., Monte, I., Mutte, S.K., Neubauer, A., Quandt, D., Robison, T., Shimamura, M., Rensing, S.A., Villarreal, J.C., Weijers, D., Wicke, S., Wong, G.K.-S., Sakakibara, K., Szoevenyi, P. (2020) Anthoceros genomes illuminate the origin of land plants and the unique biology of hornworts. Nature Plants, 6(3):259-272.

Abstract

Analyses of three high-quality genomes of Anthoceros hornworts place hornworts as a sister clade to the lineage including liverworts and mosses, and provide insights into the unique biological features of hornworts. Hornworts comprise a bryophyte lineage that diverged from other extant land plants >400 million years ago and bears unique biological features, including a distinct sporophyte architecture, cyanobacterial symbiosis and a pyrenoid-based carbon-concentrating mechanism (CCM). Here, we provide three high-quality genomes of Anthoceros hornworts. Phylogenomic analyses place hornworts as a sister clade to liverworts plus mosses with high support. The Anthoceros genomes lack repeat-dense centromeres as well as whole-genome duplication, and contain a limited transcription factor repertoire. Several genes involved in angiosperm meristem and stomatal function are conserved in Anthoceros and upregulated during sporophyte development, suggesting possible homologies at the genetic level. We identified candidate genes involved in cyanobacterial symbiosis and found that LCIB, a Chlamydomonas CCM gene, is present in hornworts but absent in other plant lineages, implying a possible conserved role in CCM function. We anticipate that these hornwort genomes will serve as essential references for future hornwort research and comparative studies across land plants.

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@ARTICLE { LiNishiyamaWallerEtAl2020,
    AUTHOR = { Li, F.-W. and Nishiyama, T. and Waller, M. and Frangedakis, E. and Keller, J. and Li, Z. and Fernandez-Pozo, N. and Barker, M.S. and Bennett, T. and Blazquez, M.A. and Cheng, S. and Cuming, A.C. and de Vries, J. and de Vries, S. and Delaux, P.-M. and Diop, I.S. and Harrison, C.J. and Hauser, D. and Hernandez-Garcia, J. and Kirbis, A. and Meeks, J.C. and Monte, I. and Mutte, S.K. and Neubauer, A. and Quandt, D. and Robison, T. and Shimamura, M. and Rensing, S.A. and Villarreal, J.C. and Weijers, D. and Wicke, S. and Wong, G.K.-S. and Sakakibara, K. and Szoevenyi, P. },
    TITLE = { Anthoceros genomes illuminate the origin of land plants and the unique biology of hornworts },
    JOURNAL = { Nature Plants },
    YEAR = { 2020 },
    VOLUME = { 6 },
    NUMBER = { 3 },
    PAGES = { 259-272 },
    MONTH = { mar },
    ISSN = { 2055-026X },
    ABSTRACT = { Analyses of three high-quality genomes of Anthoceros hornworts place hornworts as a sister clade to the lineage including liverworts and mosses, and provide insights into the unique biological features of hornworts. Hornworts comprise a bryophyte lineage that diverged from other extant land plants >400 million years ago and bears unique biological features, including a distinct sporophyte architecture, cyanobacterial symbiosis and a pyrenoid-based carbon-concentrating mechanism (CCM). Here, we provide three high-quality genomes of Anthoceros hornworts. Phylogenomic analyses place hornworts as a sister clade to liverworts plus mosses with high support. The Anthoceros genomes lack repeat-dense centromeres as well as whole-genome duplication, and contain a limited transcription factor repertoire. Several genes involved in angiosperm meristem and stomatal function are conserved in Anthoceros and upregulated during sporophyte development, suggesting possible homologies at the genetic level. We identified candidate genes involved in cyanobacterial symbiosis and found that LCIB, a Chlamydomonas CCM gene, is present in hornworts but absent in other plant lineages, implying a possible conserved role in CCM function. We anticipate that these hornwort genomes will serve as essential references for future hornwort research and comparative studies across land plants. },
    DOI = { 10.1038/s41477-020-0618-2 },
    EISSN = { 2055-0278 },
    ORCID-NUMBERS = { Sakakibara, Keiko/0000-0003-4420-9351 Blazquez, Miguel/0000-0001-5743-0448 de Vries, Jan/0000-0003-3507-5195 Mutte, Sumanth Kumar/0000-0003-3376-2354 Monte, Isabel/0000-0002-7058-8343 Wicke, Susann/0000-0001-5785-9500 Fernandez-Pozo, Noe/0000-0002-6489-5566 Bennett, Tom/0000-0003-1612-4019 },
    RESEARCHERID-NUMBERS = { Sakakibara, Keiko/Q-5748-2018 Blazquez, Miguel/B-1495-2008 de Vries, Jan/U-3675-2017 },
    UNIQUE-ID = { ISI:000519577200017 },
}

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