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Evolution of crop species: genetics of domestication and diversification
Meyer, Rachel S.; Purugganan, Michael D.
AbstractDomestication is a good model for the study of evolutionary processes because of the recent evolution of crop species (<12,000 years ago), the key role of selection in their origins, and good archaeological and historical data on their spread and diversification. Recent studies, such as quantitative trait locus mapping, genome-wide association studies and whole-genome resequencing studies, have identified genes that are associated with the initial domestication and subsequent diversification of crops. Together, these studies reveal the functions of genes that are involved in the evolution of crops that are under domestication, the types of mutations that occur during this process and the parallelism of mutations that occur in the same pathways and proteins, as well as the selective forces that are acting on these mutations and that are associated with geographical adaptation of crop species.
KeywordGenome-wide Association Japonica Rice Domestication Millet Setaria-italica Panicum-miL.aceum L. Maize Domestication Plant Domestication Waxy Gene Oryza-sativa Artificial Selection Molecular Evidence
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Meyer, Rachel S.,Purugganan, Michael D.. Evolution of crop species: genetics of domestication and diversification[J]. NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS,2013,14(12):840-852.
APA Meyer, Rachel S.,&Purugganan, Michael D..(2013).Evolution of crop species: genetics of domestication and diversification.NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS,14(12),840-852.
MLA Meyer, Rachel S.,et al."Evolution of crop species: genetics of domestication and diversification".NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS 14.12(2013):840-852.
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