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(References)Tj Author(s): Dvorak, Jan; Wang, Le; Zhu, Tingting; Jorgensen, Chad M; Luo, Ming-Cheng; Deal, Karin R; Gu, Yong Q; Gill, Bikram S; Distelfeld, Assaf; Devos, Katrien M; Qi, Peng; McGuire, Patrick E | Abstract: KEY MESSAGE:Comparison of genome sequences of wild emmer wheat and Aegilops tauschii suggests a novel scenario of the evolution of rearranged wheat chromosomes 4A, 5A, and 7B. T* (Plant Cell)Tj (2016, April 5). Download Chapter 1 Wheat Evolution, Domestication, and Improvement PDF for free. Check Pages 1 - 26 of Chapter 1 Wheat Evolution, Domestication, and Improvement in the flip PDF version. tauschii from the perspective of the 7DL chromosome, which contribute to better understanding of the evolution of wheat, and supports wheat crop improvement. 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