A bountiful harvest: genomic insights into crop domestication phenotypes.

  title={A bountiful harvest: genomic insights into crop domestication phenotypes.},
  author={K. Olsen and J. Wendel},
  journal={Annual review of plant biology},
  • K. Olsen, J. Wendel
  • Published 2013
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of plant biology
  • Human selection during crop domestication has resulted in remarkable transformations of plant phenotypes, providing a window into the genetic basis of morphological evolution. Recent progress in our understanding of the genetic architecture of novel plant traits has emerged from combining advanced molecular technologies with improved experimental designs, including nested association mapping, genome-wide association studies, population genetic screens for signatures of selection, and candidate… CONTINUE READING
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