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In addition to potato, tobacco, red pepper, another South American crop named quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) has recently emerged to attract biologists’ and crop breeders’ attention for its excellent nutritional value. Quinoa has been cultivated and consumed in the Andean region since ancient times. The authors of this article challenged genome analysis of allotetraploid quinoa and achieved de novo genome assembly of 25 k scaffolds totaling 1 Gbp as the Quinoa Genome DataBase.
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