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Lightning Talks – Germinating Ideas

MacNeill, Bryan [1], McKain, Michael [2], Smith, Christopher [3], Heyduk, Karolina [4], Yoder, Jeremy [5], DeFalco, Lesley [6], Esque, Todd [6].

A high-quality genome of Joshua Tree (Yucca jaegeriana) as a resource for conservation biology.

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1 - University Of Alabama , Department Of Biology, Science And Engineering Complex, 1325 Hackberry Ln, Tuiscaloosa, AL, 35401, United States
2 - University Of Alabama, 411 Mary Harmon Bryant Hall, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35487, United States
3 - Willamette University, Biology, 900 State Street, Department Of Biology, Salem, OR, 97301, United States
4 - University Of Hawai'i, School Of Life Sciences, 1800 East-West Road, Honolulu, HI, 96822, United States
5 - California State University Northridge, Biology, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA, 91330-8303, USA, 8186772158
6 - USGS, Western Ecological Research Center, Boulder City Field Station, 500 Date St., Boulder City, NV, 89005, USA

genome composition
whole genome sequencing
climate change

Presentation Type: Germinating Ideas Lightning Talk
Number: LT1001
Abstract ID:1313
Candidate for Awards:None

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