Anastasio, Alison E.; Platt, Alexander; Horton, Matthew; Grotewold, Erich; Scholl, Randy; Borevitz, Justin; Nordborg, Magnus; Bergelson, Joy
A major strength of Arabidopsis thaliana as a model lies in the availability of a large number of naturally occurring inbred lines. Recent studies of A. thaliana population structure, using thousands of accessions from stock center and natural collections, have revealed a robust pattern of isolation by distance at several spatial scales, such that genetically identical individuals are generally found close to each other. However, some individual accessions deviate from this pattern. While some...[Show more]
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