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36Comparative genomics of phaseoloid legumes: what 454 transcriptomics can tell us about phylogeny
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesEgan, Ashley N; Schlueter, Jessica; Doyle, Jeff.transcriptomics
Fabaceae
Polyploidy
Phylogeny
Next Generation Sequencing
553Determining molecular responses to environmental change in soybeans
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesSchlueter, Jessica; Safari, Sajedeh; Beine, Jaime; Whaley, Adam; Burkey, Kent; Carter, Thomas.Soybean
Next Generation Sequencing
Glycine max
365Genetic underpinnings of divergence and adaptation in Helianthus
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesKane , Nolan C; Grassa, Chris; Andrew, Rose; Renaut, Sebastien; Rieseberg, Loren.population genetics
genomics
speciation
domestication
adaptation
330Natural sequence diversity of Artemesia tridentata in the western United States
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesUdall, Joshua; Bajgain, Prabin; Richardson, Bryce.Sagebrush
454 sequencing
Fluidigm
Amplicon
population genetics
626Old problems, new solutions, and some obstacles for next-generation plant evolutionary biology
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesBarker, Michael S..genomics
bioinformatics
next-generation
Polyploidy
hybridization
duplication
504Simplifying the complex: Targeted sequencing strategies for population, phylogenetic, and genomic studies in plants
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Advances in Plant Systematics and Population Genomics: Applications of Next Generation TechniquesCronn, Richard; Knaus, Brian; Liston, Aaron; Maughan, Jeff; Parks, Matthew; Syring, John; Udall, Joshua.Next Generation Sequencing
target enrichment
multiplex PCR
hybridization
transcriptomes
multiplex sequencing

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