A footprint of past climate change on the diversity and population structure of Miscanthus sinensis.

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BACKGROUND AND AIMS Miscanthus is a perennial C4 grass that is a leading potential feedstock crop for the emerging bioenergy industry in North America, Europe and China. However, only a single, sterile genotype of M. × giganteus (M×g), a nothospecies derived from diploid M. sinensis (Msi) and tetraploid M. sacchariflorus (Msa), is currently available to… (More)
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@article{Clark2014AFO, title={A footprint of past climate change on the diversity and population structure of Miscanthus sinensis.}, author={Lindsay V. Clark and Joe E. Brummer and Katarzyna Głowacka and Megan C Hall and Kweon Heo and Junhua Peng and Toshihiko Yamada and Ji Hye Yoo and Chang Yeon Yu and Hua Zhao and Stephen P Long and Erik J. Sacks}, journal={Annals of botany}, year={2014}, volume={114 1}, pages={97-107} }