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@article{Brkljaci2011BrachypodiumAA, title={Brachypodium as a model for the grasses: today and the future.}, author={Jelena M Brkljaci{\'c} and Erich Grotewold and Randy Scholl and Todd C. Mockler and David F. Garvin and Philippe Vain and Thomas P. Brutnell and Richard Sibout and Michael W. Bevan and Hikmet Budak and Ana Luc{\'i}a Caicedo and Caixia Gao and Yong Gu and Samuel P. Hazen and Ben F Holt and Shin-Young Hong and Mark Jordan and Antonio J. Manzaneda and Thomas Mitchell-Olds and Keiichi Mochida and Luis A. J. Mur and Chung-Mo Park and John C. Sedbrook and Michelle Watt and Shao Jian Zheng and John P. Vogel}, journal={Plant physiology}, year={2011}, volume={157 1}, pages={3-13} }