Loss of the chloroplast transit peptide from an ancestral C3 carbonic anhydrase is associated with C4 evolution in the grass genus Neurachne

Harmony Clayton, Montserrat Saladié, Vivien Rolland, Robert Sharwood, Terry Macfarlane, Martha Ludwig

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