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Genome-wide association study of 107 phenotypes in Arabidopsis thaliana inbred lines

@inproceedings{Atwell2010GenomewideAS,
  title={Genome-wide association study of 107 phenotypes in Arabidopsis thaliana inbred lines},
  author={Susanna Atwell and Yu S. Huang and Bjarni J{\'o}hann Vilhj{\'a}lmsson and Glenda Willems and Matthew W Horton and Yan Li and Dazhe Meng and Alexander Platt and Aaron M. Tarone and Tina T. Hu and Rong Jiang and Ni Wayan Muliyati and Xu Zhang and Muhammad Ali Amer and Ivan R. Baxter and Benjamin Brachi and Joanne Chory and Caroline Dean and Marilyne Debieu and Juliette de Meaux and Joseph R. Ecker and Nathalie Faure and Joel M. Kniskern and Jonathan D. G. Jones and Todd P. Michael and Adnane Nemri and Fabrice Roux and David E. Salt and Chunlao Tang and Marco Todesco and Milton Brian Traw and Detlef Weigel and Paul Marjoram and Justin O. Borevitz and Joy Bergelson and Magnus Nordborg},
  year={2010}
}
Susanna Atwell*, Yu S. Huang*, Bjarni J. Vilhjálmsson*, Glenda Willems*, Matthew Horton, Yan Li, Dazhe Meng, Alexander Platt, Aaron M. Tarone, Tina T. Hu, Rong Jiang, N. Wayan Muliyati, Xu Zhang, Muhammad Ali Amer, Ivan Baxter, Benjamin Brachi, Joanne Chory, Caroline Dean, Marilyne Debieu, Juliette de Meaux, Joseph R. Ecker, Nathalie Faure, Joel M. Kniskern, Jonathan D. G. Jones, Todd Michael, Adnane Nemri, Fabrice Roux, David E. Salt, Chunlao Tang, Marco Todesco, M. Brian Traw, Detlef Weigel… 

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