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Genomic selection: genome-wide prediction in plant improvement.
Association analysis is used to measure relations between markers and quantitative trait loci (QTL). Their estimation ignores genes with small effects that trigger underpinning quantitative traits.… Expand
Breeding schemes for the implementation of genomic selection in wheat (Triticum spp.).
- F. Bassi, A. Bentley, G. Charmet, R. Ortiz, J. Crossa
- Biology, Medicine
- Plant science : an international journal of…
In the last decade the breeding technology referred to as 'genomic selection' (GS) has been implemented in a variety of species, with particular success in animal breeding. Recent research shows the… Expand
Sustainable resource management coupled to resilient germplasm to provide new intensive cereal-grain-legume-livestock systems in the dry savanna.
Abstract Sustainable resource management is the critical agricultural research and development challenge in sub-Saharan Africa. The accumulated knowledge on soil management gathered over the last 10… Expand
Breeding crops for reduced-tillage management in the intensive, rice–wheat systems of South Asia
The importance of reduced tillage in sustainable agriculture is well recognized. Reduced-tillage practices (which may or may not involve retention of crop residues) and their effects differ from… Expand
A mini core subset for capturing diversity and promoting utilization of chickpea genetic resources in crop improvement
Abstract A core collection is a chosen subset of large germplasm collection that generally contains about 10% of the total accessions and represents the genetic variability of entire germplasm… Expand
Development of a groundnut core collection using taxonomical, geographical and morphological descriptors
- H. D. Upadhyaya, R. Ortiz, P. Bramel, S. Singh
- Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution
- 1 March 2003
Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is an important oilseed crop cultivated in 96 countries of world.World crop productivity (1.30 t ha−1) is low. The available large variability contained in the… Expand
Developing a mini core of peanut for utilization of genetic resources
Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) breeding programs with a goal of rapid cultivar development have used mainly elite breeding lines and cultivars, which has resulted in the development of breeding… Expand
Cassava improvement: challenges and impacts
Cassava ( Manihot esculenta Crantz) is one of the two most important food crops in sub-Saharan Africa. This area accounts for most of the root harvest worldwide, followed by Asia and Latin America –… Expand
Host plant resistance to insects: an eco-friendly approach for pest management and environment conservation.
Host plant resistance (HPR) to insects is an effective, economical, and environment friendly method of pest control. The most attractive feature of HPR is that farmers virtually do not need any skill… Expand
Perspectives on the application of biotechnology to assist the genetic enhancement of plantain and banana (Musa spp.)
Bananas and plantains (Musa spp.) are the most important tropical fruit crops. They form an integral component of the farming systems in the humid agroecological zones of the tropics. A broad array… Expand