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Author: Karl J Schmid

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Analysis of phylogenetic relationships and genome size evolution of the Amaranthus genus using GBS indicates the ancestors of an ancient crop

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Levels and patterns of genetic diversity differ between two closely related endemic Arabidopsis species

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Genomic and phenotypic evidence for an incomplete domestication of South American grain amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus)

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Transcriptomes of plant gametophytes have a higher proportion of rapidly evolving and young genes than sporophytes

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Thermal plasticity of the circadian clock is under nuclear and cytoplasmic control in wild barley

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Comparative analysis of genetic diversity and differentiation of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) accessions from two ex situ genebanks

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Convergent seed color adaptation during repeated domestication of an ancient new world grain

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Microclimate predicts frost-hardiness of alpine Arabidopsis thaliana populations better than altitude because the microclimate effect increases with altitude

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