Camelina sativa, an oilseed at the nexus between model system and commercial crop

@article{Malik2018CamelinaSA,
  title={Camelina sativa, an oilseed at the nexus between model system and commercial crop},
  author={Meghna Rana Malik and Jihong Tang and Nirmala Sharma and Claire Burkitt and Yuanyuan Ji and Marie Mykytyshyn and Karen Bohmert-Tatarev and Oliver P. Peoples and Kristi D. Snell},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2018},
  volume={37},
  pages={1367-1381}
}
The rapid assessment of metabolic engineering strategies in plants is aided by crops that provide simple, high throughput transformation systems, a sequenced genome, and the ability to evaluate the resulting plants in field trials. Camelina sativa provides all of these attributes in a robust oilseed platform. The ability to perform field evaluation of Camelina is a useful, and in some studies essential benefit that allows researchers to evaluate how traits perform outside the strictly… CONTINUE READING
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