Genetic structure and isolation by distance in a landrace of Thai rice.

@article{Pusadee2009GeneticSA,
  title={Genetic structure and isolation by distance in a landrace of Thai rice.},
  author={Tonapha Pusadee and Sansanee Jamjod and Yu-Chung Chiang and Benjavan Rerkasem and Barbara Anna Schaal},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 33},
  pages={13880-5}
}
Rice is among the 3 most important crops worldwide. While much of the world's rice harvest is based on modern high-yield varieties, traditional varieties of rice grown by indigenous groups have great importance as a resource for future crop improvement. These local landraces represent an intermediate stage of domestication between a wild ancestor and modern varieties and they serve as reservoirs of genetic variation. Such genetic variation is influenced both by natural processes such as… CONTINUE READING
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