A Map-Based Cloning Strategy Employing a Residual Heterozygous Line Reveals that the GIGANTEA Gene Is Involved in Soybean Maturity and Flowering

@inproceedings{Watanabe2011AMC,
  title={A Map-Based Cloning Strategy Employing a Residual Heterozygous Line Reveals that the GIGANTEA Gene Is Involved in Soybean Maturity and Flowering},
  author={Satoshi Watanabe and Zhengjun Xia and Rumiko Hideshima and Yasutaka Tsubokura and Shusei Sato and Naoki Yamanaka and Ryoji Takahashi and Toyoaki Anai and Satoshi Tabata and Keisuke Kitamura and Kyuya Harada},
  booktitle={Genetics},
  year={2011}
}
Flowering is indicative of the transition from vegetative to reproductive phase, a critical event in the life cycle of plants. In soybean (Glycine max), a flowering quantitative trait locus, FT2, corresponding to the maturity locus E2, was detected in recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from the varieties "Misuzudaizu" (ft2/ft2; JP28856) and "Moshidou Gong 503" (FT2/FT2; JP27603). A map-based cloning strategy using the progeny of a residual heterozygous line (RHL) from the RIL was employed… CONTINUE READING
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