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New Food Crop Domestication in the Age of Gene Editing: Genetic, Agronomic and Cultural Change Remain Co-evolutionarily Entangled

The classic domestication scenario for grains and fruits has been portrayed as the lucky fixation…

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Carbon and water relations in perennial Kernza (Thinopyrum intermedium): An overview

Abstract Perennial crops have been proposed as a more sustainable alternative to annual crops, because…

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‘MN‐Clearwater’, the First Food‐Grade Intermediate Wheatgrass (Kernza Perennial Grain) Cultivar

Abstract ‘MN‐Clearwater’ (Reg. no. CV‐287, PI 692651) is the world’s first commercial food‐grade intermediate wheatgrass…

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Ecospheric Care Work

Caring for other beings – both human and more-than-human – is crucial to our ongoing…

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Enhancing Crop Domestication Through Genomic Selection, a Case Study of Intermediate Wheatgrass

Perennial grains could simultaneously provide food for humans and a host of ecosystem services, including…

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Enhancing Crop Domestication Through Genomic Selection, a Case Study of Intermediate Wheatgrass

Perennial grains could simultaneously provide food for humans and a host of ecosystem services, including…

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Comparative Analysis of Early Life Stage Traits in Annual and Perennial Phaseolus Crops and Their Wild Relatives

Herbaceous perennial species are receiving increased attention for their potential to provide both edible products…

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Native Plant Abundance, Diversity, and Richness Increases in Prairie Restoration with Field Inoculation Density of Native Mycorrhizal Amendments

Ecological restoration efforts can increase the diversity and function of degraded areas. However, current restoration…

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Envisioning Perennial Agroecosystems in Palestine

Abstract: Climatic change will seriously impact Mediterranean areas. Palestine, which has given forth annual grain…

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Community Structure of Soil Fungi in a Novel Perennial Crop Monoculture, Annual Agriculture, and Native Prairie Reconstruction

Abstract The use of perennial crop species in agricultural systems may increase ecosystem services and…

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Digging Deeper for Agricultural Resources, the Value of Deep Rooting

Recent studies have documented highly significant differences among current and potential crops, as well as…

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Morphometric approaches to promote the use of exotic germplasm for improved food security and resilience to climate change: a kura clover example

Adaptation of agriculture to climate change and its associated ecological pressures will require new crops,…

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