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The year 2001 may well be called the Year of the Human Genome. Less in the limelight, but equally exciting for plant scientists, is the rapid progress in plant genomics. With relatively modest resources, a lot has been achieved. The Arabidopsis genomic sequence (125 megabases [Mb]) is essentially ®nished, and rice sequencing is progressing rapidly. For many species, expressed sequence tag (EST) resources are plentiful, allowing broad inter-speci®c comparisons. At the same time, development ofdoi:10.1093/bfgp/1.1.80 pmid:15251068 fatcat:rh3fqc54efdireq3asxat7vo5e