Comparative fine mapping of fruit quality QTLs on chromosome 4 introgressions derived from two wild tomato species

@article{Yates2004ComparativeFM,
  title={Comparative fine mapping of fruit quality QTLs on chromosome 4 introgressions derived from two wild tomato species},
  author={Heather E. Yates and Anne Frary and Sami Doğanlar and Adam E. Frampton and Nancy T. Eannetta and John W. Uhlig and Steven D. Tanksley},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={135},
  pages={283-296}
}
Despite their unsuitability for agricultural production, the wild relatives of crop species represent a largely untapped resource of novel QTLs potentially useful for crop plant improvement. In this regard, previous introgression studies, involving several different wild tomato species, have shown that the long arm of chromosome 4 contains QTLs for many horticulturally important traits including soluble solids content, fruit shape, lycopene content and biochemical composition. However, these… CONTINUE READING

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