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Accelerating Silphium Domestication: An Opportunity to Develop New Crop Ideotypes and Breeding Strategies Informed by Multiple Disciplines

Abstract Silphium perfoliatum L. (cup plant, silphie) and S. integrifolium Michx. (rosinweed, silflower) are in…

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What Agriculture Can Learn from Native Ecosystems in Building Soil Organic Matter: A Review

Over the last century, researchers and practitioners with diverse backgrounds have articulated the importance of…

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Establishment and Optimization of Genomic Selection to Accelerate the Domestication and Improvement of Intermediate Wheatgrass

Abstract: Intermediate wheatgrass (IWG) is a perennial species and has edible and nutritious grain and…

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Development of the first consensus genetic map of intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium) using genotyping-by-sequencing

Key message: Development of the first consensus genetic map of intermediate wheatgrass gives insight into…

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Going where no grains have gone before

Abstract: Annual-based arable agroecosystems experience among the greatest frequency, extent and magnitude of disturbance regimes…

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Pipeline for grain domestication

Abstract: In the interest of diversifying the global food system, improving human nutrition, and making…

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Perennial sorghum study

Abstract: When developed, perennial grain sorghum could provide an opportunity for more ecologically sound food…

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Crop diversity and disease

Abstract: Global demand for transportation fuels will increase rapidly during the upcoming decades, and concerns…

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Genome evolution of intermediate wheatgrass

Abstract: Intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth & D.R. Dewey), a segmental autoallohexaploid (2n =…

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The strong perennial vision: a response

Abstract: This article was written as a response to Chris Smaje’s review, “The Strong Perennial…

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Perennial Food Security

In August 2013, our scientists helped the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations…

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New roots for ecological intensification

To meet the global food challenge of 2050, and well beyond, there is a growing…

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