Data from: Independent domestications of cultivated tree peonies from different wild peony species

Jun-Hui Yuan, Amandine Cornille, Tatiana Giraud, Fang-Yun Cheng & Yong-Hong Hu
An understanding of plant domestication history provides insights into general mechanisms of plant adaptation and diversification and can guide breeding programs that aim to improve cultivated species. Cultivated tree peonies (genus Paeonia L.) are among the most popular ornamental plants in the world, yet the history of their domestication is still unresolved. Here, we explored whether the domestication in China of historically cultivated peonies, i.e., the common and flare cultivated tree peonies, was a single...
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