Teosinte as a model system for population and ecological genomics.

@article{Hufford2012TeosinteAA,
  title={Teosinte as a model system for population and ecological genomics.},
  author={Matthew B Hufford and Paul Bilinski and Tanja Pyh{\"a}j{\"a}rvi and Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra},
  journal={Trends in genetics : TIG},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 12},
  pages={
          606-15
        }
}
As the cost of next-generation sequencing diminishes and genomic resources improve, crop wild relatives are well positioned to make major contributions to the field of ecological genomics via full-genome resequencing and reference-assisted de novo assembly of genomes of plants from natural populations. The wild relatives of maize, collectively known as teosinte, are a more varied and representative study system than many other model flowering plants. In this review of the population and… CONTINUE READING
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