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From: Frequent intra- and inter-species introgression shapes the landscape of genetic variation in bread wheat

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Geographic distribution and population diversity of wheat accessions. a Schematic geographical distribution of the collection sites for 93 whole-genome sequencing (WGS) accessions and 92 whole-exome sequencing (WES) accessions. The locations of wild progenitors of bread wheat are shown in the inset. bd Nucleotide diversity and population divergence across the wild progenitor, landraces, and varieties among the A subgenome, B subgenome, and D subgenome. The circle size and the value in each circle represent nucleotide diversity (π × 103), and the length of the line indicates divergence (Fst) among the populations. e The length of the deleted CNVs in divergent populations. The deleted CNVs were identified using the IWGSC RefSeq v1.0. The B subgenome contains more deleted CNVs in length than the A and D subgenomes in the wild emmer, landrace, and variety

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