Martina Becher

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Plant growth and development are tightly linked to primary metabolism and are subject to natural variation. In order to obtain an insight into the genetic factors controlling biomass and primary metabolism and to determine their relationships, two Arabidopsis thaliana populations [429 recombinant inbred lines (RIL) and 97 introgression lines (IL), derived(More)
The main objective of this study was to identify genomic regions involved in biomass heterosis using QTL, generation means, and mode-of-inheritance classification analyses. In a modified North Carolina Design III we backcrossed 429 recombinant inbred line and 140 introgression line populations to the two parental accessions, C24 and Col-0, whose F (1)(More)
Beta-thalassemia is the most frequent hereditary blood disorder in Tunisia because of its geographic localization and history. This pathology is characterized by a complex multisystem process with genetic and biochemical interactions. The aim of this work was to establish phenotype/genotype association through studying the distribution and the relationship(More)
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