Genome sequences of two diploid wild relatives of cultivated sweetpotato reveal targets for genetic improvement

Journal: Nature Communications

Published: 2018-11-02

DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-06983-8

Affiliations: 18

Authors: 33

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Institutions FC
Department of Plant Biology, MSU, United States of America (USA) 0.26
Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research (BTI), Cornell University, United States of America (USA) 0.17
CGIAR International Potato Center (CIP), Peru 0.11
International Potato Center - Kenya, Kenya 0.06
Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), UQ, Australia 0.06
Jiangsu Xuzhou Sweetpotato Research Center, CAAS, China 0.05
Department of Plant Biology, UGA, United States of America (USA) 0.05
Department of Horticultural Science, NCSU, United States of America (USA) 0.05
International Potato Center - Uganda, Uganda 0.03
Genomic Sciences Laboratory (GSL), NCSU, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Department of Horticulture, MSU, United States of America (USA) 0.03
Food Crops Institute, HBAAS CAAS, China 0.03
Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, UTK, United States of America (USA) 0.02
Beijing Vegetable Research Center (BVRC), BAAFS, China 0.02
Plant Resilience Institute, MSU, United States of America (USA) 0.02
Robert W. Holley Center for Agriculture and Health, United States of America (USA) 0.02
Department of Conservation and Research, Atlanta Botanical Garden, United States of America (USA) 0.02
Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section, Cornell University, United States of America (USA) 0.02

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