Yam genomics supports West Africa as a major cradle of crop domestication

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Title

Yam genomics supports West Africa as a major cradle of crop domestication

Subject

Yam migration

Description

This power point is a group research project that shows through genetics that the yam helped develop African culture

Creator

Nora Scarcelli, Philippe Cubry, Roland Akakpo, Anne-Céline Thuillet, Jude Obidiegwu, Mohamed N. Baco, Emmanuel Otoo, Bonaventure Sonké, Alexandre Dansi, Gustave Djedatin, Cédric Mariac, Marie Couderc, Sandrine Causse, Karine Alix, Hâna Chaïr, Olivier François, and Yves Vigouroux

Source

research article

Publisher

Science advances

Date

May 1, 2019

Contributor

Ryan Travis

Format

Power point

Language

English

Type

power point

Citation

Nora Scarcelli, Philippe Cubry, Roland Akakpo, Anne-Céline Thuillet, Jude Obidiegwu, Mohamed N. Baco, Emmanuel Otoo, Bonaventure Sonké, Alexandre Dansi, Gustave Djedatin, Cédric Mariac, Marie Couderc, Sandrine Causse, Karine Alix, Hâna Chaïr, Olivier François, and Yves Vigouroux, “Yam genomics supports West Africa as a major cradle of crop domestication,” Provisions, accessed July 5, 2020, http://di.salemstate.edu/provisions/items/show/13.

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