Association Mapping in Plant Genomes

@inproceedings{SotoCerda2012AssociationMI,
  title={Association Mapping in Plant Genomes},
  author={Braulio J Soto-Cerda and Sylvie Cloutier},
  year={2012}
}
One of the many goals of plant geneticists and breeders pertains to the explanation of phenotypic variation as it relates to changes in DNA sequence (Myles et al., 2009). The development of molecular markers for the detection and exploitation of DNA polymorphisms in plant systems is one of the most significant developments in the field of molecular biology and biotechnology. Linkage mapping has been a key tool for identifying the genetic basis of quantitative traits in plants. However, for… CONTINUE READING

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