A genome-scale integrated approach aids in genetic dissection of complex flowering time trait in chickpea

@article{Upadhyaya2015AGI,
  title={A genome-scale integrated approach aids in genetic dissection of complex flowering time trait in chickpea},
  author={Hari Deo Upadhyaya and Deepak Bajaj and Shouvik Das and Maneesha S. Saxena and Saurabh Badoni and Vinod Kumar and Shailesh Tripathi and C. L. Laxmipathi Gowda and Shivali Sharma and Akhilesh K. Tyagi and Swarup Kumar Parida},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={89},
  pages={403-420}
}
A combinatorial approach of candidate gene-based association analysis and genome-wide association study (GWAS) integrated with QTL mapping, differential gene expression profiling and molecular haplotyping was deployed in the present study for quantitative dissection of complex flowering time trait in chickpea. Candidate gene-based association mapping in a flowering time association panel (92 diverse desi and kabuli accessions) was performed by employing the genotyping information of 5724 SNPs… CONTINUE READING
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