An Induced Sorghum Mutant Population Suitable for Bioenergy Research

@article{Xin2008AnIS,
  title={An Induced Sorghum Mutant Population Suitable for Bioenergy Research},
  author={Zhanguo Xin and Ming Li Wang and Gloria Burow and John J. Burke},
  journal={BioEnergy Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={10-16}
}
The sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] inbred line BTx623 has served as a parent for development of several mapping populations, also providing a source for the generation of DNA libraries for physical mapping, and as the inbred line selected for sorghum genome sequencing. Since genetic mapping, physical mapping and genome sequencing are all based on the same inbred line, these genetic resources have made the genome study of sorghum very efficient. However, in comparison with other model… CONTINUE READING
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