Int. J. Mol. Sci., Volume 20, Issue 6 (March-2 2019) – 266 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Tetraploid wheat originated in the Fertile Crescent around 10,000 BP spread with human migrations towards different geographical pathways. Tunisia, being part of the secondary center of diversity for durum wheat, has rich landraces. Recently, the emergence of ultra-high-throughput DArtseqTM technology platform has offered the possibility to obtain deeper insights into the genome-wide genetic diversity and population structure of Tunisian durum wheat landraces collected from the center, south, and oases of Tunisia. Moreover, this robust method has allowed to classify correctly the Tunisian landraces with respect to their local name attributes and will enhance their conservation and use in breeding programs around the world. View this paper
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