Optimal sampling of seeds from plant populations for ex-situ conservation of genetic biodiversity, considering realistic population structure
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New paper on optimal seed sampling! #conservation #genetics http://t.co/C3BKF15NRk @ConGRESS_EU

New paper on optimal seed sampling! #conservation #genetics http://t.co/C3BKF15NRk @ConGRESS_EU

New study on seed sampling methods to maximize genetic diversity. Towards #GSPC2020! http://t.co/4LvXDkUsFt

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