The Chlamydomonas genome reveals the evolution of key animal and plant functions

Sabeeha S. Merchant, Simon E. Prochnik, Olivier Vallon, Elizabeth H. Harris, Steven J. Karpowicz, George B. Witman, Astrid Terry, Asaf Salamov, Lillian K. Fritz-Laylin, Laurence Maréchal-Drouard, Wallace F. Marshall, Liang Hu Qu, David R. Nelson, Anton A. Sanderfoot, Martin H. Spalding, Vladimir V. Kapitonov, Qinghu Ren, Patrick Ferris, Erika Lindquist, Harris ShapiroSusan M. Lucas, Jane Grimwood, Jeremy Schmutz, Igor V. Grigoriev, Daniel S. Rokhsar, Arthur R. Grossman, Pierre Cardol, Heriberto Cerutti, Guillaume Chanfreau, Chun Long Chen, Valérie Cognat, Martin T. Croft, Rachel Dent, Susan Dutcher, Emilio Fernández, Hideya Fukuzawa, David González-Ballester, Diego González-Halphen, Armin Hallmann, Marc Hanikenne, Michael Hippler, William Inwood, Kamel Jabbari, Ming Kalanon, Richard Kuras, Paul A. Lefebvre, Stéphane D. Lemaire, Alexey V. Lobanov, Martin Lohr, Andrea Manuell, Iris Meier, Laurens Mets, Maria Mittag, Telsa Mittelmeier, James V. Moroney, Jeffrey Moseley, Carolyn Napoli, Aurora M. Nedelcu, Krishna Niyogi, Sergey V. Novoselov, Ian T. Paulsen, Greg Pazour, Saul Purton, Jean Philippe Ral, Diego Mauricio Riaño-Pachón, Wayne Riekhof, Linda Rymarquis, Michael Schroda, David Stern, James Umen, Robert Willows, Nedra Wilson, Sara Lana Zimmer, Jens Allmer, Janneke Balk, Katerina Bisova, Chong Jian Chen, Marek Elias, Karla Gendler, Charles Hauser, Mary Rose Lamb, Heidi Ledford, Joanne C. Long, Jun Minagawa, M. Dudley Page, Junmin Pan, Wirulda Pootakham, Sanja Roje, Annkatrin Rose, Eric Stahlberg, Aimee M. Terauchi, Pinfen Yang, Steven Ball, Chris Bowler, Carol L. Dieckmann, Vadim N. Gladyshev, Pamela Green, Richard Jorgensen, Stephen Mayfield, Bernd Mueller-Roeber, Sathish Rajamani, Richard T. Sayre, Peter Brokstein, Inna Dubchak, David Goodstein, Leila Hornick, Y. Wayne Huang, Jinal Jhaveri, Yigong Luo, Diego Martínez, Wing Chi Abby Ngau, Bobby Otillar, Alexander Poliakov, Aaron Porter, Lukasz Szajkowski, Gregory Werner, Kemin Zhou

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