Analysis of intraspecies diversity in wheat and barley genomes identifies breakpoints of ancient haplotypes and provides insight into the structure of diploid and hexaploid triticeae gene pools.

@article{Wicker2009AnalysisOI,
  title={Analysis of intraspecies diversity in wheat and barley genomes identifies breakpoints of ancient haplotypes and provides insight into the structure of diploid and hexaploid triticeae gene pools.},
  author={Thomas M Wicker and Simon G Krattinger and Evans Lagudah and Takao Komatsuda and Mohammad Pourkheirandish and Takashi Matsumoto and Sylvie Cloutier and Laurenz Reiser and Hiroyuki Kanamori and Kazuhiro Sato and Dragan Perovic and Nils Stein and Beat Keller},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={149 1},
  pages={258-70}
}
A large number of wheat (Triticum aestivum) and barley (Hordeum vulgare) varieties have evolved in agricultural ecosystems since domestication. Because of the large, repetitive genomes of these Triticeae crops, sequence information is limited and molecular differences between modern varieties are poorly understood. To study intraspecies genomic diversity, we compared large genomic sequences at the Lr34 locus of the wheat varieties Chinese Spring, Renan, and Glenlea, and diploid wheat Aegilops… CONTINUE READING
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