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Accelerating Silphium domestication: an opportunity to develop new crop ideotypes and breeding strategies informed by multiple disciplines.

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2017
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University of Kansas Ecosystem Research Group
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van Tassel, D.L., J.K. Albrecht, J.D. Bever, A.A. Boe, Y. Brandvain, T.E. Crews, M. Gansberger, P. Gerstberger, L. González-Paleo, B.S. Hulke, N.C. Kane, P.J. Johnson, E.G. Pestsova, V.D. Picasso Risso, J.R. Prasifka, D.A. Ravetta, B. Schlautman, C.C. Sheaffer, K.P. Smith, P.R. Speranza, M.K. Turner, A.E. Vilela, P. von-Gehren, and C. Weaver. 2017. Accelerating Silphium domestication: an opportunity to develop new crop ideotypes and breeding strategies informed by multiple disciplines. Crop Science, 57, 1274-1284.

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