Genetic diversity and population structure analysis of accessions in the US historic sweet sorghum collection

@article{Wang2009GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic diversity and population structure analysis of accessions in the US historic sweet sorghum collection},
  author={Ming Li Wang and Chengsong Zhu and Noelle A. Barkley and Zhenbang Chen and John E Erpelding and Seth C. Murray and Mitchell R. Tuinstra and Tesfaye T Tesso and Gary A. Pederson and J. Yu},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2009},
  volume={120},
  pages={13-23}
}
Sweet sorghum has the potential to become a versatile feedstock for large-scale bioenergy production given its sugar from stem juice, cellulose/hemicellulose from stalks, and starch from grain. However, for researchers to maximize its feedstock potential a first step includes additional evaluations of the 2,180 accessions with varied origins in the US historic sweet sorghum collection. To assess genetic diversity of this collection for bioenergy breeding and population structure for association… CONTINUE READING
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