The authors wish to thank the INRA Biological Resources Center on small grain cereals (https://www6.ara.inra.fr/umr1095_eng/Teams/Research/Biological-Resources-Centre) for providing seeds and passport data, and for establishing a wheat biorepository. The authors thank the Federal ex situ Genbank Gatersleben, Germany (IPK), the N.I. Vavilov All-Russian Research Institute of Plant Industry, Russia (VIR), Centre for Genetic Resources, WUR, Netherlands (CGN), Kyoto University, National Bioresource Project, Japan (NBRP), the Australian Winter Cereal Collection Tamworth, Australia (AWCC), the National Plant Germplasm System, USA (USDA-ARS), the International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Cologne, Germany (MPIPZ), Germplasm Resource Unit at the John Innes Centre UK (JIC) and the Wheat and Barley Legacy for Breeding Improvement (WHEALBI) consortium for providing plant material and passport data. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement FP7-613556, Whealbi project (http://www.whealbi.eu/project/). R.W. and J.R. also acknowledge support from the Scottish Government Research Program and R.W. from the University of Dundee. H.O. acknowledges support from Cukurova University (FUA-2016-6033). K.F.X.M. acknowledges support from the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (2819103915) and the DFG (SFB924). T.L. acknowledges supports from the Agence Nationale pour la Recherche (BirdIslandGenomic project 14-CE02-0002), European Research Council (TREEPEACE project, grant agreement 339728) and the bioinformatics platform from Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees (Bioinfo Genotoul) for providing computing and storage resources. J.S. acknowledges support from the Region AuvergneRhone-Alpes and FEDER Fonds Europeens de Developpement Regional (23000816 SRESRI 2015), the CPER contrat de plan Etat-region (23000892 SYMBIOSE 2016) and AgreenSkills fellowship (applicant ID 4146).

Tracing the ancestry of modern bread wheats / C. Pont, T. Leroy, M. Seidel, A. Tondelli, W. Duchemin, D. Armisen, D. Lang, D. Bustos-Korts, N. Goué, F. Balfourier, M. Molnár-Láng, J. Lage, B. Kilian, H. Özkan, D. Waite, S. Dyer, T. Letellier, M. Alaux, J. Russell, B. Keller, F. van Eeuwijk, M. Spannagl, K.F.X. Mayer, R. Waugh, N. Stein, L. Cattivelli, G. Haberer, G. Charmet, J. Salse, C. Saintenac, P. Lasserre-Zuber, M. Perretant, A. Didier, S. Bouchet, J. Boudet, E. Bancel, M. Merlino, C. Grand-Ravel, T. Langin, M. Bayer, A. Booth, I. Dawson, M. Megyeri, P. Miko, G. Linc, P. Schweizer, K. Neumann, G. Kema, M. Bink, J. Wright, L. Clissold, K. Krasileva, J. De Vega, P. Bailey, V. Goody, S. Wilbraham, M. Anissi, J. Moore, D. Waite, D. Swan, C. Watkins, M. Seidel, A. Korol, T. Krugman, T. Fahima, L. Rossini, S. Dyer, H. Jones, N. Morris, M. Martelli, S. Ravaglia, S. Crépieux, J. Saranga, A. Costanzo, T. Wicker, T. Muller, E. Çakır. - In: NATURE GENETICS. - ISSN 1061-4036. - 51:5(2019 May 01), pp. 905-911. [10.1038/s41588-019-0393-z]

Tracing the ancestry of modern bread wheats

A. Tondelli;L. Rossini;
2019

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The authors wish to thank the INRA Biological Resources Center on small grain cereals (https://www6.ara.inra.fr/umr1095_eng/Teams/Research/Biological-Resources-Centre) for providing seeds and passport data, and for establishing a wheat biorepository. The authors thank the Federal ex situ Genbank Gatersleben, Germany (IPK), the N.I. Vavilov All-Russian Research Institute of Plant Industry, Russia (VIR), Centre for Genetic Resources, WUR, Netherlands (CGN), Kyoto University, National Bioresource Project, Japan (NBRP), the Australian Winter Cereal Collection Tamworth, Australia (AWCC), the National Plant Germplasm System, USA (USDA-ARS), the International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Cologne, Germany (MPIPZ), Germplasm Resource Unit at the John Innes Centre UK (JIC) and the Wheat and Barley Legacy for Breeding Improvement (WHEALBI) consortium for providing plant material and passport data. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement FP7-613556, Whealbi project (http://www.whealbi.eu/project/). R.W. and J.R. also acknowledge support from the Scottish Government Research Program and R.W. from the University of Dundee. H.O. acknowledges support from Cukurova University (FUA-2016-6033). K.F.X.M. acknowledges support from the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (2819103915) and the DFG (SFB924). T.L. acknowledges supports from the Agence Nationale pour la Recherche (BirdIslandGenomic project 14-CE02-0002), European Research Council (TREEPEACE project, grant agreement 339728) and the bioinformatics platform from Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees (Bioinfo Genotoul) for providing computing and storage resources. J.S. acknowledges support from the Region AuvergneRhone-Alpes and FEDER Fonds Europeens de Developpement Regional (23000816 SRESRI 2015), the CPER contrat de plan Etat-region (23000892 SYMBIOSE 2016) and AgreenSkills fellowship (applicant ID 4146).
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