5 edition of Genetics, genomics and breeding of vegetable Brassicas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|2||Genetics, genomics and breeding of crop plants|
|3||Genetics, genomics and breeding of crop plants|
|Basic information on vegetable Brassica crops / Marøa Elena Cartea ... [et al.] Classical breeding and genetic analysis of vegetable Brassicas / Nirala Ramchiary, Suhyoung Park, and Yong-Pyo Lim Diversity analysis and molecular taxonomy of Brassica vegetable crops / Guusje Bonnema, Dunia Pino Del Carpio, and Jianjun Zhao Molecular linkage maps: strategies, resources and achievements / Danuta Babula-Skowronska, Agata Ciesla, and Jan Sadowski Molecular mapping of complex traits / Malgorzata Kaczmarek, Matthew N. Nelson, and Wallace Cowling Cytogenetic studies in vegetable Brassicas / P.A. Ziolkowski, Martin A. Lysak, and Waheeb K. Heneen Brassica rapa genome sequencing project: strategies and current status / Jeong-Hwan Mun ... [et al.] Exploring the paradoxes of the Brassica genome architecture / Isobel A.P. Parkin and Stephen J. Robinson The decoding of gene functions: transcriptomics tools toward molecular physiology and breeding / Agnieszka Ludwikow, Krzysztof Krasowski, and Leo Zeef Proteomics and metabolomics / Lucyna H. Misztal and Izabela Ibragimow Role of bioinformatics as a tool for vegetable Brassica species / Chris Duran ... [et al.].|
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Jumping libraries and linking libraries: the next generation Genetics molecular tools in mammalian genetics. Furthermore, in genomic selection, predicted breeding values based on phenotype and genome-wide marker scores allow the preselection of promising genotypes, enhancing genetic gains and substantially quickening the breeding cycle. Breeding for multiple disease resistance in cytolplasmic male sterile Brassica campestris L. Evidence for the involvement of chromosome fusions in precipitating further chromosomal changes in cultured celery cells was obtained.
Development of new crop varieties that are more resistant to disease and pests, and that produce more in dry conditions or on poor soils, can contribute to agricultural development. Regarding the glucosinolate content objective, the main products of that research were the construction of two genetic maps including eight major genes in the aliphatic glucosinolate pathway, as well other genes of interest. M2 generations will be obtained this year.
Genetic analysis on the celery x prostratum F2 population disclosed molecular marker segregation indicating that the prostratum traits are transmitted to the progeny suggesting that the resistance of A. This suggests a means of unique genetic variability for use in basic genetics and breeding.
The vast amount of genomic information created and advances in genomic tools developed will significantly improve capturing the range of genetic diversity estimation and enhance the capturing and exploitation of diversity in Brassica germplasm profiles. PARTICIPANTS: Not relevant to this project. The Current and Potential Costs From Diseases of Oilseed Crops in Australia.
Yet, as new technologies open windows of light on the inner workings of biological processes, one might reminisce Genetics faint nostalgia on days long past when the artisans of plant physiology, biochemistry, analytical chemistry and other scientific disciplines ebbed and waned in prominence. 13763    •Pangenome of 20 synthetic and 33 non-synthetic accessions based on Darmor v8.
Systematic review of dietary trans-fat reduction interventions.
These lines will require less input of pesticides and fungicides representing savings to the growers, protection to the consumer and a cleaner environment.
Mapping and tagging of additional genes in the glucosinolate pathway will be performed in the segregating populations.