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Description Max score Total score Query cover E value Ident Accession Vicia faba isolate 7612 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% KJ787213.1 Vicia faba plastid, complete genome 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% KF042344.1 Vicia faba isolate HS879 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% JX505737.1 Vicia faba var. minor tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% JN617168.1 Vicia faba var. major tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% JN617167.1 Vicia faba chloroplast transfer RNA­ Leu(CAA) 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% M55084.1 Vicia faba chloroplast tRNA­Leu, tRNA­Phe, tRNA­His, ORFX, NADH­deydrogenase genes & partial sequence ORFx & psbA genes 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% X51471.1 Broad bean chloroplast genes for tRNA­ Leu(CAA) and (UAA) and tRNA­Phe 134 134 100% 1e­28 99% X02444.1 Melilotus albus isolate xt_plant115 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, intron; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KJ746436.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­11 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KF616419.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­3 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KF616411.1 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KF616414.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­5 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KF616413.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­4 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% KF616412.1 Melilotus alba tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron; chloroplast 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% DQ311713.1 Melilotus alba chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 122 122 100% 8e­25 95% AF124232.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­1 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 120 120 100% 3e­24 94% KF616409.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­2 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 116 116 100% 4e­23 94% KF616410.1 Vicia cypria isolate HS866 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 113 113 100% 4e­22 92% JX505734.1 Vicia koeieana isolate 7619 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 111 111 100% 1e­21 91% KJ787256.1 Vicia lunata isolate V25 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 111 111 100% 1e­21 89% JX505749.1 Ononis hirta tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­ trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 111 111 100% 1e­21 93% GQ488565.1 Ononis dentata tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 111 111 100% 1e­21 89% GQ488559.1 Tracheophyta environmental sample clone N­6 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi 2/7 2/11/2016 NCBI Blast:c2 Trigonella suavissima isolate EC 583624 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 109 109 100% 5e­21 88% JX274187.1 Trigonella suavissima isolate EC 583623 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 109 109 100% 5e­21 88% JX274186.1 Ononis varelae tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 109 109 100% 5e­21 91% GQ488605.1 Astragalus pectinatus isolate CP18 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% KP208342.1 Astragalus hemsleyi chloroplast gene for tRNA­Leu and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, specimen_voucher: TARI:69578, partial sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AB485940.1 Astragalus polaris tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% GQ244622.1 Astragalus polaris tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ860525.1 Astragalus layneae voucher ASLA­4 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; and trnL­ trnF intergenic spacer, complete sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ403850.1 Astragalus layneae voucher ASLA­1 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; and trnL­ trnF intergenic spacer, complete sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ403849.1 Astragalus didymocarpus voucher ASDI­16 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, complete sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ403848.1 Astragalus didymocarpus voucher ASDI­2 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, complete sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ403847.1 Astragalus didymocarpus voucher ASDI­1 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, complete sequence; chloroplast 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% DQ403846.1 Nicotiana trigonophylla chloroplast partial tRNA­Leu gene, IGS and partial tRNA­Phe gene 107 107 100% 2e­20 91% AJ577438.2 Nicotiana bigelovii chloroplast partial tRNA­ Leu gene, IGS and partial tRNA­Phe gene 107 107 100% 2e­20 91% AJ577437.1 Nicotiana palmeri chloroplast partial tRNA­ Leu gene, IGS and partial tRNA­Phe gene 107 107 100% 2e­20 91% AJ577406.1 Astragalus linifolius chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126978.1 Astragalus bodinii chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126977.1 Astragalus gilviflorus chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126976.1 Astragalus douglasii chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126974.1 Astragalus palanae var. palanae chloroplast tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126971.1 Astragalus sabulonum chloroplast tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, intron sequence 107 107 100% 2e­20 90% AF126969.1 Melilotus officinalis isolate CP46 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% KP208370.1 Astragalus flexuosus isolate CP17 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 98% 6e­20 90% KP208341.1 Melilotus officinalis isolate xt_plant51 tRNA­ http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi 3/7 2/11/2016 NCBI Blast:c2 Leu (trnL) gene, intron; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% KJ746435.1 Trigonella balansae isolate EC 546586 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274188.1 Trigonella maritima isolate EC 583601 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 86% JX274171.1 Trigonella cretica isolate EC 583577 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274153.1 Trigonella cretica isolate EC 583576 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274152.1 Trigonella cretica isolate EC 583575 tRNA­ Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274151.1 Trigonella coerulescens isolate EC 583574 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274150.1 Trigonella coerulescens isolate EC 583573 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274149.1 Trigonella caerulea isolate EC 583569 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274147.1 Trigonella caerulea isolate EC 583567 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274145.1 Trigonella balansae isolate EC 583507 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274137.1 Trigonella anguina isolate EC 583495 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% JX274134.1 Melilotus officinalis voucher personal collection:I. Hiiesalu 47 tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% HM590318.1 Trigonella caerulea tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 85% GQ488615.1 Ononis speciosa tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 86% GQ488593.1 Ononis reclinata subsp. reclinata tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 88% GQ488586.1 Ononis filicaulis tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 88% GQ488561.1 Ononis cristata subsp. cristata tRNA­Leu (trnL) gene and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence; chloroplast 105 105 100% 6e­20 90% GQ488558.1 Melilotus albus chloroplast DNA, tRNA­Leu (trnL) and trnL­trnF intergenic spacer, partial sequence, specimen_voucher:

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Biojournal of Science and Technology Research Article Identification of the positively selected genes governing hosthost pathogen arm race in Vibrio sp.

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R.palustris versatile 98%

palustris, which consists of a 5,459,213-base-pair (bp) circular chromosome with 4,836 predicted genes and a plasmid of 8,427 bp.

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GENETIC AND BEHAVIOUR MODIFIED 97%

THE STUDY OF GENES Behaviour Genetics The study of genetic characteristics is captured in the field of study, genetics.

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Genetic architecture 97%

1.- The cellular organelles and 2.- the chromosomes and genes.

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m140007 97%

Abstract With the advent of various data assaying techniques, gene expression time series data have become a useful resource to investigate the complex interactions occurring amongst the transcription factors and genes.

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DNA-Fit-Report Sample 97%

WELCOME TO YOUR DNA FIT REPORT The recent explosion in genetic knowledge has revealed new connections between genes and exercise trainability.

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2012 Teets et al 2013 PNAS 97%

Gene expression changes in response to dehydration indicated up-regulation of cellular recycling pathways including the ubiquitin-mediated proteasome and autophagy, with concurrent down-regulation of genes involved in general metabolism and ATP production.

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The Redhead 97%

Genes, of course.

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Caligenix Sample Report Nutrition Fitness July2016 96%

Research shows that variations in the CYP2R1 and GC genes can affect your risk for low circulating 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels .

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Abstract 95%

A genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 genetic knockout screen was conducted to identify genes whose loss-of-function confer EGFR-TKI resistance.

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limitation in this is as you go up the evolution tree, it becomes still possible to clone genes but impossible to clone the individual organism due to increasing complexities of the organism environment • Most genetic research make use of model organisms like E coli, Mouse, saccharomyces cerevisiae, Arabidopsis thaliana;

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Synbio Technologies 95%

Simultaneously synthesize up to 20,000 genes to cut down on cost and turnaround time.

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Typically, we synthesize over 2 million base pairs of DNA sequences each month which includes a wide range of genes, genomes, and other various biological pathways with guaranteed sequence accuracy.

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Example, gene coding for haemoglobin are highly expressed in red blood cells • Gene regulation can be influenced by environmental signals, cell to cell interactions (occurrence frequency of non-coding region, post-transcriptional and post-translational modifications, epigenetic mechanism like DNA methylation) -contd • In prokaryotes, operons are commonly known to bear structural genes (e.g.

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This patented antioxidant therapy is many times more powerful than red wine, oranges, blueberries, juices or other popular antioxidant supplements because Protandim has the ability to activate Nrf2 and switch off genes that may have a negative effect on health.

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Yeast Genome Editing 93%

Genes can be modified in multiple sites simultaneously.

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RNA sequencing revealed a total of 2908 differentially expressed genes:

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Temporal expression of heat shock genes during cold stress and recovery from chill coma in adult Drosophila melanogaster Herve´ Colinet1,2, Siu Fai Lee2 and Ary Hoffmann2 1 Unite´ d’E´cologie et de Bioge´ographie, Biodiversity Research Centre, Universite´ catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 2 Department of Genetics, Centre for Environmental Stress and Adaptation Research, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia Keywords cold stress;

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Published by The Company of Biologists Ltd doi:10.1242/jeb.076216 RESEARCH ARTICLE Rapid decline of cold tolerance at young age is associated with expression of stress genes in Drosophila melanogaster Hervé Colinet1,2,*, David Siaussat3, Francoise Bozzolan3 and Kenneth Bowler4 1 Earth and Life Institute ELI, Biodiversity Research Centre BDIV, Catholic University of Louvain, Croix du Sud 4-5, B-1348 Louvainla-Neuve, Belgium, 2Université de Rennes 1, UMR CNRS 6553 Ecobio, 263 Avenue du Général Leclerc CS 74205, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France, 3UMR 1272A Physiologie de lʼInsecte:

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Highly customizable sgRNA panel design for any variety of target genes.

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Abstract 93%

A genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 genetic knockout screen was conducted to identify genes whose loss-of-function confer EGFR-TKI resistance.

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