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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied science

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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
438Apple domestication genetics: Genetic diversity and hybridization in the crop and its wild relatives
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceGross, Briana.Domestication
apple
hybridization
genetic diversity
878Barley: Genetic Providence and Genetic Provenance Of a Diverse Crop
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceMorrell, Peter L..population genetics
adaptation
barley
872Ethnobotany - bridging basic and applied research on food plants in Mexico
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceBye, Robert; Linares, Edelmira.Ethnobotany
edible greens
Maize
Mexico
245How to create an agricultural weed: convergent evolution and the origin of weedy red rice populations
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceCaicedo, Ana.Oryza sativa
seed shattering
quantitative trati loci
parallel evolution
weed evolution
adaptation
19Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied science
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceMiller, Allison; Kellogg, Elizabeth.
151The wild side of a major crop: Soybean's perennial cousins from Down Under
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceDoyle, Jeff.soybean
Glycine
Australia
Polyploidy
disease resistance
1150When good crops go bad: the evolution of invasives and weeds from food plants
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Symposium: Speaking of Food: connecting basic and applied scienceEllstrand, Norman.invasive species
Evolution
Weed
crop wild relative
crop
feral

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