Detection of quantitative trait loci influencing growth trajectories of adventitious roots in Populus using functional mapping

@article{Zhang2009DetectionOQ,
  title={Detection of quantitative trait loci influencing growth trajectories of adventitious roots in Populus using functional mapping},
  author={Bo Zhang and Chunfa Tong and Tongming Yin and Xinye Zhang and Qiang Zhuge and Minren Huang and Mingxiu Wang and Rongling Wu},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={539-552}
}
The capacity to root from cuttings is a key factor for the mass deployment of superior genotypes in clonal forestry. We studied the genetic basis of rooting capacity by mapping quantitative trait loci (QTLs) that control growth rate and form of root traits in a full-sib family of 93 hybrids derived from an interspecific cross between two Populus species, P. deltoides and P. euramericana. The hybrid family was typed for different marker systems (including SSRs, AFLPs, RAPDs, ISSRs, and SNPs… CONTINUE READING
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