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A bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library for sunflower, and identification of clones containing genes for putative transmembrane receptors
Abstract. Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) is an economically important oil seed crop with an estimated genome size of 3000 Mb. We have constructed a bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library forExpand
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Hairpin Plum pox virus coat protein (hpPPV-CP) structure in ‘HoneySweet’ C5 plum provides PPV resistance when genetically engineered into plum ( Prunus domestica ) seedlings
The genetically engineered plum ‘HoneySweet’ (aka C5) has proven to be highly resistant to Plum pox virus (PPV) for over 10 years in field trials. The original vector used for transformation toExpand
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Population Development of Pratylenchus hexincisus in Eight Corn Inbreds.
Of eight corn inbreds tested in the greenhouse and field, three (H60, H95, and H84) supported lower populations of Pratylenchus hexincisus than other inbreds included in this study. No apparentExpand
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Comparison and Combination of Mobile and Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Natural Forest Inventories
Terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) has been successfully used for three-dimensional (3D) data capture in forests for almost two decades. Beyond the plot-based data capturing capabilities of TLS,Expand
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Intra- and Interpopulation Genome Variation In Meloidogyne arenaria.
The genetic heterogeneity of two M. arenaria race 2 populations (designated Pelion and Govan) was examined using RFLP analysis of 12 clonal lines established from single egg masses (six distinctExpand
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Chestnut 3 1 Biotechnology of Trees :
Biotechnology has been practiced on chestnuts (Castanea spp.) for many decades, including vegetative propagation, controlled crossing followed by testing and selection, genetic and cytogeneticExpand
Long-Term Abandonment of Forest Management Has a Strong Impact on Tree Morphology and Wood Volume Allocation Pattern of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)
The three-dimensional (3D) morphology of individual trees is critical for light interception, growth, stability and interactions with the local environment. Forest management intensity is a keyExpand
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