1,135 Genomes Reveal the Global Pattern of Polymorphism in Arabidopsis thaliana

Carlos Alonso-Blanco, Jorge Andrade, Claude Becker, Felix Bemm, Joy Bergelson, Karsten M M. Borgwardt, Jun Cao, Eunyoung Chae, Todd M M. Dezwaan, Wei Ding, Joseph R R. Ecker, Moises Exposito-Alonso, Ashley Farlow, Joffrey Fitz, Xiangchao Gan, Dominik G G. Grimm, Angela M M. Hancock, Stefan R R. Henz, Svante Holm, Matthew HortonMike Jarsulic, Randall A A. Kerstetter, Arthur Korte, Pamela Korte, Christa Lanz, Cheng Ruei Lee, Dazhe Meng, Todd P P. Michael, Richard Mott, Ni Wayan W. Muliyati, Thomas Nägele, Matthias Nagler, Viktoria Nizhynska, Magnus Nordborg, Polina Yu Y. Novikova, F.  Xavier Picó, Alexander Platzer, Fernando A A. Rabanal, Alex Rodriguez, Beth A A. Rowan, Patrice A A. Salomé, Karl J J. Schmid, Robert J J. Schmitz, Ümit Seren, Felice Gianluca G. Sperone, Mitchell Sudkamp, Hannes Svardal, Matt M M. Tanzer, Donald Todd, Samuel L L. Volchenboum, Congmao Wang, George Wang, Xi Wang, Wolfram Weckwerth, Detlef Weigel, Xuefeng Zhou

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