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  • Intro
  • Quinoa the new "superfood"
  • Quinoa is native to the Andes
  • Quinoa can Tolerate Abiotic Stress
  • Quinoa is Adapted to Harsh Environments
  • But there are Many Undesirable Traits
  • Some Traits are Very Desirable
  • Quinoa's Complex Genome Limits Genetic Research
  • Single Molecule Sequencing and Genome Assembly of C. Quinoa
  • Benefits of Scaffolding Long Reads with BioNano Optical Map
  • Benefits of Scaffolding Long Reads with Long Range Linking Information
  • Unraveling the Individual Sub Genomes of C. Quinoa
  • Genomics of Quinoa
  • Special Acknowledgements
  • Q&A
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  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Speaker: Ho Yung Shwen, Research Scientist / KAUST / Kingdom of Saudi Arabia