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Genomic, transcriptomic and phenomic variation reveals the complex adaptation of modern maize breeding

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Jun 3, 2014

Hai-Jun LiuJian-Bing Yan

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The temperate-tropical division of early maize germplasm to different agricultural environments was arguably the greatest adaptation process associated with the success and near ubiquitous importance of global maize production. Deciphering this history is challenging, but new insight ha...read more

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  • Genomic, transcriptomic and phenomic variation reveals the complex adaptation of modern maize breeding

    bioRxiv

    Jun 3, 2014

    Hai-Jun LiuJian-Bing Yan

    PMID: 990005751

    DOI: 10.1101/005751

    Abstract

    The temperate-tropical division of early maize germplasm to different agricultural environments was arguably the greatest adaptation process associated with the success and near ubiquitous importance of global maize production. Deciphering this history is challenging, but new insight ha...read more

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    Breeding
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    Biological Evolution
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