A high-density genetic map of the Medicago truncatula major freezing tolerance QTL on chromosome 6 reveals colinearity with a QTL related to freezing damage on Pisum sativum linkage group VI

@article{Tayeh2013AHG,
  title={A high-density genetic map of the Medicago truncatula major freezing tolerance QTL on chromosome 6 reveals colinearity with a QTL related to freezing damage on Pisum sativum linkage group VI},
  author={Nadim Tayeh and Nasser Bahrman and Rosemonde Devaux and Aur{\'e}lie Bluteau and J. C. Prosperi and Bruno Delbreil and Isabelle Lejeune-H{\'e}naut},
  journal={Molecular Breeding},
  year={2013},
  volume={32},
  pages={279-289}
}
Freezing is one of the most serious abiotic stress factors that affect cool-season legumes. It limits species geographic distribution and causes severe yield losses. Improving tolerance to freezing has long been a main concern for legume breeders. Medicago truncatula Gaertn. has been selected as a model species for legume biology. Various studies have shown significant macrosynteny between M. truncatula and agronomically important crop legumes. A major freezing tolerance quantitative trait… CONTINUE READING

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