The Kalanchoë genome provides insights into convergent evolution and building blocks of crassulacean acid metabolism

Xiaohan Yang, Rongbin Hu, Hengfu Yin, Jerry Jenkins, Shengqiang Shu, Haibao Tang, Degao Liu, Deborah A. Weighill, Won Cheol Yim, Jungmin Ha, Karolina Heyduk, David M. Goodstein, Hao Bo Guo, Robert C. Moseley, Elisabeth Fitzek, Sara Jawdy, Zhihao Zhang, Meng Xie, James Hartwell, Jane GrimwoodPaul E. Abraham, Ritesh Mewalal, Juan D. Beltrán, Susanna F. Boxall, Louisa V. Dever, Kaitlin J. Palla, Rebecca Albion, Travis Garcia, Jesse A. Mayer, Sung Don Lim, Ching Man Wai, Paul Peluso, Robert Van Buren, Henrique Cestari De Paoli, Anne M. Borland, Hong Guo, Jin Gui Chen, Wellington Muchero, Yanbin Yin, Daniel A. Jacobson, Timothy J. Tschaplinski, Robert L. Hettich, Ray Ming, Klaus Winter, James H. Leebens-Mack, J. Andrew C. Smith, John C. Cushman, Jeremy Schmutz, Gerald A. Tuskan

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