Sasa Stefanovic, Ph.D.

2002 University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Sasa Stefanovic"


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Richard Olmstead grad student 2002 University of Washington
 (Molecular systematics and chloroplast genome evolution of Convolvulaceae.)
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Banerjee A, Stefanović S. (2023) A comparative study across the parasitic plants of Cuscuta subgenus Grammica (Convolvulaceae) reveals a possible loss of the plastid genome in its section Subulatae. Planta. 257: 66
Simões ARG, Eserman LA, Zuntini AR, et al. (2022) A Bird's Eye View of the Systematics of Convolvulaceae: Novel Insights From Nuclear Genomic Data. Frontiers in Plant Science. 13: 889988
Lin Q, Braukmann TWA, Soto Gomez M, et al. (2022) Mitochondrial genomic data are effective at placing mycoheterotrophic lineages in plant phylogeny. The New Phytologist
Lin Q, Banerjee A, Stefanović S. (2022) Mitochondrial phylogenomics of Cuscuta (Convolvulaceae) reveals a potentially functional horizontal gene transfer from the host. Genome Biology and Evolution
Ibiapino A, García MA, Amorim B, et al. (2022) The Evolution of Cytogenetic Traits in (Convolvulaceae), the Genus With the Most Diverse Chromosomes in Angiosperms. Frontiers in Plant Science. 13: 842260
Ibiapino A, García MÁ, Costea M, et al. (2020) Intense proliferation of rDNA sites and heterochromatic bands in two distantly related Cuscuta species (Convolvulaceae) with very large genomes and symmetric karyotypes. Genetics and Molecular Biology. 43: e20190068
Banerjee A, Stefanović S. (2020) Reconstructing plastome evolution across the phylogenetic backbone of the parasitic plant genus Cuscuta (Convolvulaceae) Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society
Banerjee A, Stefanović S. (2019) Caught in action: fine-scale plastome evolution in the parasitic plants of Cuscuta section Ceratophorae (Convolvulaceae). Plant Molecular Biology
Ibiapino A, Garcia MA, Ferraz ME, et al. (2019) Allopolyploid origin and genome differentiation of the parasitic species Cuscuta veatchii (Convolvulaceae) revealed by genomic in situ hybridization. Genome
García MA, Stefanović S, Weiner C, et al. (2018) Cladogenesis and reticulation in sect. (Convolvulaceae). Organisms, Diversity & Evolution. 18: 383-398
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