A population genomics appraisal suggests independent dispersals for bitter and sweet manioc in brazilian Amazonia

A population genomics appraisal suggests independent dispersals for bitter and sweet manioc in brazilian Amazonia

Alessandro Alves-Pereira, Charles R. Clement, Doriane Picanco-Rodrigues, Elizabeth Ann Veasey, Gabriel Dequigiovanni, Santiago Linorio Ferreyra Ramos, Jose Baldin Pinheiro, Anete Pereira de Souza, Maria Imaculada Zucchi

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Amazonia is a major world centre of plant domestication, but the genetics of domestication remains unclear for most Amazonian crops. Manioc (Manihot esculenta) is the most important staple food crop that originated in this region. Although manioc is relatively well-studied, little is known about the...

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A population genomics appraisal suggests independent dispersals for bitter and sweet manioc in brazilian Amazonia

Alessandro Alves-Pereira, Charles R. Clement, Doriane Picanco-Rodrigues, Elizabeth Ann Veasey, Gabriel Dequigiovanni, Santiago Linorio Ferreyra Ramos, Jose Baldin Pinheiro, Anete Pereira de Souza, Maria Imaculada Zucchi


										

A population genomics appraisal suggests independent dispersals for bitter and sweet manioc in brazilian Amazonia

Alessandro Alves-Pereira, Charles R. Clement, Doriane Picanco-Rodrigues, Elizabeth Ann Veasey, Gabriel Dequigiovanni, Santiago Linorio Ferreyra Ramos, Jose Baldin Pinheiro, Anete Pereira de Souza, Maria Imaculada Zucchi

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    Evolutionary applications

    Vol. 13, no. 2 (Feb., 2020), p. 342-361