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- Chen, Liyang, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Genome biology 2019 v.20 no.1 pp. 22
- Glycine max; Glycine soja; backcrossing; chloroplast genome; crops; domestication; evolution; genes; genetic variation; genomics; interspecific hybridization; introgression; nuclear genome; quantitative trait loci; recurrent selection; soybeans; wild relatives
- ... BACKGROUND: Evidence of introgression, the transfer of genetic material, between crops and their wild relatives through spontaneous hybridization and subsequent backcrossing has been documented; however, the evolutionary patterns and consequences of introgression and its influence on the processes of crop domestication and varietal diversification are poorly understood. RESULTS: We investigate the ...
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