Phylogenetic analysis

Genome-wide analysis of TCP family in tobacco

L. Chen, Chen, Y. Q., Ding, A. M., Chen, H., Xia, F., Wang, W. F., Sun, Y. H., Chen, L., Chen, Y. Q., Ding, A. M., Chen, H., Xia, F., Wang, W. F., and Sun, Y. H., Genome-wide analysis of TCP family in tobacco, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

The TCP family is a transcription factor family, members of which are extensively involved in plant growth and development as well as in signal transduction in the response against many physiological and biochemical stimuli. In the present study, 61 TCP genes were identified in tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) genome. Bioinformatic methods were employed for predicting and analyzing the gene structure, gene expression, phylogenetic analysis, and conserved domains of TCP proteins in tobacco.

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