Association genetics in Solanum tuberosum provides new insights into potato tuber bruising and enzymatic tissue discoloration

@inproceedings{Urbany2010AssociationGI,
  title={Association genetics in Solanum tuberosum provides new insights into potato tuber bruising and enzymatic tissue discoloration},
  author={Claude Urbany and Benjamin Stich and Lysann Schmidt and Ludwig Simon and Hergen Berding and Holger Junghans and Karl-Heinz Niehoff and Alexander Braun and Eckhard Tacke and Hans-Rheinhardt Hofferbert and Jens Luebeck and Josef Strahwald and Christiane Gebhardt},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2010}
}
BackgroundMost agronomic plant traits result from complex molecular networks involving multiple genes and from environmental factors. One such trait is the enzymatic discoloration of fruit and tuber tissues initiated by mechanical impact (bruising). Tuber susceptibility to bruising is a complex trait of the cultivated potato (Solanum tuberosum) that is crucial for crop quality. As phenotypic evaluation of bruising is cumbersome, the application of diagnostic molecular markers would empower the… CONTINUE READING
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