Data from: Genetic diversity of Chamaecrista fasciculata (Fabaceae) from the USDA germplasm collection

Erika Bueno, Theodore Kisha, Sonja L. Maki, Eric J. B. Von Wettberg & Susan R. Singer
Objective: Chamaecrista fasciculata is a widespread annual legume across Eastern North America, with potential as a restoration planting, biofuel crop, and genetic model for non-papillinoid legumes. As a non-Papilinoid, C. fasciculata, belongs to the Caesalpiniod group in which nodulation likely arose independently of the nodulation in Papilinoid and Mimosoid legumes. Thus, C. fasciculata is an attractive model system for legume evolution. In this study, we describe population structure and genetic diversity among 32 USDA germplasm...
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