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Evidence for homology of flowering-time genes VFR2 from Brassica rapa and FLC from Arabidopsis thaliana
- C. Kole, P. Quijada, S. Michaels, R. Amasino, T. Osborn
- Theoretical and Applied Genetics
- 19 February 2001
Abstract Variation in flowering time is important for the adaptation of plant species to different natural and agricultural environments. We previously identified VFR2 as one of two major… Expand
Genetics, genomics and breeding of cool season grain legumes.
Genome Mapping and Map Based Cloning
Genome mapping has emerged as a potential tool that provides the complete depiction of the genomes of plants and animals and thereby the means for their further manipulation. It involves elucidation… Expand
The Decoding of Gene Functions—Transcriptomics Tools Toward Molecular Physiology and Breeding
Exploring the paradoxes of the Brassica genome architecture.
Genomics of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense causing wilt disease in banana (Musa spp.).
Principles and practices of plant genomics, Volume 3.
Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Maize
Since the beginnings in the early part of the 20th Century, hybrid maize breeding has continued to evolve as new genetic understanding of traits and new technologies have become available. We review… Expand
Brassica genome evolution: dynamics and plasticity.