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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
199Back to Canna-basics: investigating Cannabis label fidelityEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsMasalia, Rishi; Klein, Laura.applied botany
Cannabis
population genomics
Taxonomy
649Combatting Illegal Logging via Global Collaboration and Innovation in Wood Identification TechnologiesEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsFinch, Kristen; Cronn, Rich; Jones, Andy; Lancaster, Cady; Lebow, Beth.DART TOF Mass Spectrometry
forensic genetics
forensic chemistry
rosewood
Spanish cedar
643Crop Wild Relative data in the Germplasm Resources Information NetworkEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsSchori, Melanie; Leon, Blanca; Kittell, Karen.germplasm
crop wild relatives
breeding traits
genepools
63Predicting medicinal activity in Chinese magnoliid dicot species using phylogenetic diversityEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsChao , Krystal Shinhuei; Metzgar, Jordan.ethnobotany
magnoliid dicot
phylogenetic diversity
traditional Chinese medicine
162Revealing the dynamics of sunflower domestication with archaeological DNAEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsBlackman, Benjamin.domestication
archaeological DNA
sunflower
Helianthus
557Seedbanks and herbaria for DNA and other data: understanding underutilised crops for food securityEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsChapman, Mark.crop wild relatives
underutilised crops
food security
148The interface between Government, Academia and Industry: leveraging basic research for applied questionsEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsOtt, Brittany; Hunter, Elizabeth; Kirk, Riley; Little, Damon; Bertin, Matthew; Literman, Robert; Sarmashghi, Shababeddin; Erickson, David; Bafna, Vineet; Wen, Jun; Handy, Sara.DNA based identification
applied botany
dietary supplements
food safety
149Using Genome Skimming to Diagnose Botanical Contamination in a Ugandan Foodborne Illness OutbreakEnriching basic and applied botany through multi-stakeholder collaborationsHandy, Sara; Mammel, Mark; Windsor, Amanda; Knolhoff, Ann; Mangrum, Brad; Fong Sam, Jennifer; McFarland, Melinda; Callahan, John; Croley, Timothy.food safety
DNA based identification
genome skimming
Datura

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