Genomes of 13 domesticated and wild rice relatives highlight genetic conservation, turnover and innovation across the genus Oryza

Joshua C. Stein, Yeisoo Yu, Dario Copetti, Derrick J. Zwickl, Li Zhang, Chengjun Zhang, Kapeel Chougule, Dongying Gao, Aiko Iwata, Jose Luis Goicoechea, Sharon Wei, Jun Wang, Yi Liao, Muhua Wang, Julie Jacquemin, Claude Becker, Dave Kudrna, Jianwei Zhang, Carlos E.M. Londono, Xiang SongSeunghee Lee, Paul Sanchez, Andrea Zuccolo, Jetty S.S. Ammiraju, Jayson Talag, Ann Danowitz, Luis F. Rivera, Andrea R. Gschwend, Christos Noutsos, Cheng Chieh Wu, Shu Min Kao, Jhih Wun Zeng, Fu Jin Wei, Qiang Zhao, Qi Feng, Moaine El Baidouri, Marie Christine Carpentier, Eric Lasserre, Richard Cooke, Daniel Da Rosa Farias, Luciano Carlos Da Maia, Railson S. Dos Santos, Kevin G. Nyberg, Kenneth L. McNally, Ramil Mauleon, Nickolai Alexandrov, Jeremy Schmutz, Dave Flowers, Chuanzhu Fan, Detlef Weigel, Kshirod K. Jena, Thomas Wicker, Mingsheng Chen, Bin Han, Robert Henry, Yue Ie C. Hsing, Nori Kurata, Antonio Costa De Oliveira, Olivier Panaud, Scott A. Jackson, Carlos A. Machado, Michael J. Sanderson, Manyuan Long, Doreen Ware, Rod A. Wing

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