Study Suggests Diatom Genome Contains More Green Than Red Algal Genes | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Although diatoms are thought to have procured their photosynthetic capability from interactions with red algae, green genes actually appear to be more common in the organisms' genomes, according to a paper appearing online today in Science.

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