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Zhuang, W and Chen, H and Yang, M and Wang, J and Pandey, M K and Zhang, C and Chang, W C and Zhang, L and Zhang, X and Tang, R and Garg, V and Wang, X and Tang, H and Chow, G N and Wang, J and Deng, Y and Wang, D and Khan, A W and Yang, Q and Cai, T and Bajaj, P and Wu, K and Guo, B and Zhang, X and Li, J and Liang, F and Hu, J and Liao, B and Liu, S and Chitikineni, A and Yan, H and Zheng, Y and Shan, S and Liu, Q and Xie, D and Wang, Z and Khan, S A and Ali, N and Zhao, C and Li, X and Luo, Z and Zhang, S and Zhuang, R and Peng, Z and Wang, S and Mamadou, G and Zhuang, Y and Zhao, Z and Yu, W and Xiong, F and Quan, W and Yuan, M and Li, Y and Zou, H and Xia, H and Zha, Li and Fan, J and Yu, J and Xie, W and Yuan, J and Chen, K and Zhao, S and Chu, W and Chen, Y and Sun, P and Meng, F and Zhuo, T and Zhao, Y and Li, C and He, G and Zhao, Y and Wang, C and Kavi Kishor, P B and Pan, R L and Paterson, A H and Wang, X and Ming, R and Varshney, R K (2019) The genome of cultivated peanut provides insight into legume karyotypes, polyploid evolution and crop domestication. Nature Genetics (TSI), 51 (5). pp. 865-876. ISSN 1061-4036

Varshney, R K and Song, C and Saxena, R K and Azam, S and Yu, S and Sharpe, A G and Cannon, S and Baek, J and Rosen, B D and Tar'an, B and Millan, T and Zhang, X and Ramsay, L D and Iwata, A and Wang, Y and Nelson, W and Farmer, A D and Gaur, P M and Soderlund, C and Penmetsa, R V and Xu, C and Bharathi, A K and He, W and Winter, P and Zhao, S and Hane, J K and Carrasquilla-Garcia, N and Condie, J A and Upadhyaya, H D and Luo, M and Thudi, M and Gowda, C L L and Singh, N P and Lichtenzveig, J and Gali, K K and Rubio, J and Nadarajan, N and Dolezel, J and Bansal, K C and Xu, X and Edwards, D. and Zhang, G and Kahl, G and Gil, J and Singh, K B and Datta, S K and Jackson, S A and Wang, J and Cook, D R (2013) Draft genome sequence of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) provides a resource for trait improvement. Nature Biotechnology, 31. pp. 240-246. ISSN 1546-1696

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