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8Darwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesMabry, Makenzie; McAlvay, Alex C..
514Feral Apples: origins and interactions with native congeners in southern CanadaDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesHusband, Brian; Cronin, Dane; Kron, Paul.
893Feral Crops in Agricultural Landscapes: Case Studies with Alfalfa and Grain SorghumDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesBagavathiannan, Muthukumar.Crop wild relatives
dedomestication
novel trait confinement
transgenes
100Genomic Evidence for Complex Domestication History of the Cultivated Tomato in Latin AmericaDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesRazifard, Hamid; Ramos, Alexis; Tieman, Denise; van der Knaap, Esther; Caicedo, Ana.tomato
domestication
feralization
genomics
populationg genetics
412Genomic insights on recent weedy rice evolution in the southern USADarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesOlsen, Kenneth; Wedger, Marshall; Burgos, Nilda .de-domestication
agriculture
Whole genome re-sequencing
Oryza sativa
herbicide resistance
adaptation
750Insights from feral Cannabis on the history of cultivated fiber hempDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesDabney, Clemon; Wenger, Jonathan; Talmo, Nick; Weiblen, George.Cannabis
feral
THC
CBD
hemp
allele
CAPS assay
PCR
assay
fiber
herbarium
breeding
germplasm
517Learning to let go: the evolution of seed shattering in de-domesticated populations of weedy riceDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesCaicedo, Ana; Li, Xiang.de-domestication
weed evolution
472Little Barley: Variation and Domestication in a North American Lost CropDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesFrawley, Emma; Olsen, Kenneth; Mueller, Natalie.Lost crop
Barley
domestication
808Phenotypic and genotypic differences between wild and weedy annual sunflowers (Helianthus annuus L.)Darwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesDrummond, Emily; Rieseberg, Loren.agricultural weeds
invasion biology
life history evolution
Helianthus annuus
genetic differentiation
whole genome resequencing
272Reconstructing the dedomestication and invasion history of field mustard (Brassica rapa)Darwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesMcAlvay, Alex; Ragsdale, Aaron; Bird, Kevin; Pires, Chris; Emshwiller, Eve.invasive plants
feral
crop wild relative
weedy
549Studies on domestication of Brassica oleracea L. point at possible feral status of European north-western Atlantic populationsDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesMaggioni, Lorenzo.domestication
Brassica oleracea
feralization
563The History and Exciting Prospects of Crop Feralization ResearchDarwins’ reversals: What we now know about Feralization and Crop Wild RelativesMabry, Makenzie; Soltis, Douglas E.; Soltis, Pamela S..

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