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D. Ware). the wild varieties or ancestors of extant crop plants to recover lost genetic diversity. Such (re) discovery of lost alleles could help meet challenging breeding goals such as conferring tolerance to drought, salinity, and other stresses [1, 2] . Historically, the methods of choice for identifying candidate loci/genes primarily involved identification of quantitative trait loci (QTLs). In such analyses, phenotypic observations are associated with genetic region segregation, takingdoi:10.1016/j.cpb.2015.11.001 fatcat:oz6mwmi6nrgnlgmnahp7bc7yim