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Pont, C.* et al.: Tracing the ancestry of modern bread wheats. Nat. Genet. 51, 905-911 (2019)
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Böhm, J.* et al.: Understanding the molecular basis of salt sequestration in epidermal bladder cells of Chenopodium quinoa. Curr. Biol. 28, 3075-3085.e7 (2018)
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International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium (Eversole, K.* ; Feuillet, C.* ; Keller, B.* ; Rogers, J.* ; Stein, N.* ; Appels, R.*) et al.: Shifting the limits in wheat research and breeding using a fully annotated reference genome. Science 361:eaar7191 (2018)
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Griesmann, M. et al.: Phylogenomics reveals multiple losses of nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbiosis. Science 361:eaat1743 (2018)
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Clavijo, B.J.* et al.: An improved assembly and annotation of the allohexaploid wheat genome identifies complete families of agronomic genes and provides genomic evidence for chromosomal translocations. Genome Res. 27, 885-896 (2017)
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Mascher, M.* et al.: A chromosome conformation capture ordered sequence of the barley genome. Nature 544, 427-433 (2017)
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Safronov, O.* et al.: Detecting early signs of heat and drought stress in Phoenix dactylifera (date palm). PLoS ONE 12:e0177883 (2017)
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Zou, C.* et al.: A high-quality genome assembly of quinoa provides insights into the molecular basis of salt bladder-based salinity tolerance and the exceptional nutritional value. Cell Res. 27, 1327-1340 (2017)
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Das, M. et al.: Expression pattern similarities support the prediction of orthologs retaining common functions after gene duplication events. Plant Physiol. 171, 2343-2357 (2016)
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Gan, X.* et al.: The Cardamine hirsuta genome offers insight into the evolution of morphological diversity. Nat. Plants 2:16167 (2016)
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Haberer, G. ; Mayer, K.F.X. & Spannagl, M.: The big five of the monocot genomes. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 30, 33-40 (2016)
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Unterseer, S.* et al.: A comprehensive study of the genomic differentiation between temperate Dent and Flint maize. Genome Biol. 17:137 (2016)
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Wicker, T.* et al.: DNA transposon activity is associated with increased mutation rates in genes of rice and other grasses. Nat. Commun. 7:12790 (2016)
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Haberer, G. & Mayer, K.F.X.: Barley: From brittle to stable harvest. Cell 162, 469-471 (2015)
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Mathew, L.S.* et al.: A genome-wide survey of date palm cultivars supports two major subpopulations in Phoenix dactylifera. Genes Genomes Genetics G3 5, 1429-1438 (2015)
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Gläßer, C. et al.: Meta-analysis of retrograde signaling in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals a core module of genes embedded in complex cellular signaling networks. Mol. Plant 7, 1167-1190 (2014)
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Jacquemin, J.* et al.: Fifteen million years of evolution in the Oryza genus shows extensive gene family expansion. Mol. Plant 7, 642-656 (2014)
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Unterseer, S.* et al.: A powerful tool for genome analysis in maize: Development and evaluation of the high density 600k SNP genotyping array. BMC Genomics 15:823 (2014)
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Wang, M.* et al.: The genome sequence of African rice (Oryza glaberrima) and evidence for independent domestication. Nat. Genet. 46, 982-988 (2014)
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Wang, W.* et al.: The Spirodela polyrhiza genome reveals insights into its neotenous reduction fast growth and aquatic lifestyle. Nat. Commun. 5:3311 (2014)