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Part of the diversity of ancestral wild populations. The big trait of sweet potato's domestication syndrome is definitely the improvement of edible tuberous storage roots, a trait with complex determinism [56], probably linked to polyploidy. Indeed, diploid I. trifida usually do not produce edible roots, but frequently present some thickened ones. Wild tetraploid I. batatas form only thickened ``p


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