Legume Crops Phylogeny and Genetic Diversity for Science and Breeding

@inproceedings{Smkal2015LegumeCP,
  title={Legume Crops Phylogeny and Genetic Diversity for Science and Breeding},
  author={Petr Sm{\'y}kal and Clarice J Coyne and Mike J Ambrose and Nigel Maxted and Martin Schaefer and Matthew W Blair and Jens D Berger and Stephanie L. Greene and Matthew N Nelson and Naghmeh Besharat and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Vymyslick{\'y} and Cengiz Toker and Rachit K Saxena and Manish Roorkiwal and Manish K Pandey and Jinguo Hu and Ying Hua Li and Li Xin Wang and Yong Huan Guo and Li Jing Qiu and Robert J. Redden and Rajeev K. Varshney},
  year={2015}
}
Economically, legumes (Fabaceae) represent the second most important family of crop plants after the grass family, Poaceae. Grain legumes account for 27% of world crop production and provide 33% of the dietary protein consumed by humans, while pasture and forage legumes provide vital part of animal feed. Fabaceae, the third largest family of flowering plants, has traditionally been divided into the following three subfamilies: Caesalpinioideae, Mimosoideae, and Papilionoideae, all together with… CONTINUE READING

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