A haplotype-led approach to increase the precision of wheat breeding

Cristobal Uauy, Jemima Brinton, Ricardo Ramirez-Gonzalez, James Simmonds, Luzie Wingen, Simon Orford, Simon Griffiths, Georg Haberer, Manuel Spannagl, Sean Walkowiak & Curtis Pozniak
Crop productivity must increase at unprecedented rates to meet the needs of the growing worldwide population. Exploiting natural variation for the genetic improvement of crops plays a central role in increasing productivity. Although current genomic technologies can be used for high-throughput identification of genetic variation, methods for efficiently exploiting this genetic potential in a targeted, systematic manner are lacking. Here, we developed a haplotype-based approach to identify genetic diversity for crop improvement using genome assemblies...
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