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Genetic Dissection Of Dth1.1, A Transgressive Flowering Time Qtl, Expression And Diversity Analysis Of Flowering Time Genes In Rice

@inproceedings{MaasMolina2010GeneticDO,
  title={Genetic Dissection Of Dth1.1, A Transgressive Flowering Time Qtl, Expression And Diversity Analysis Of Flowering Time Genes In Rice},
  author={Luis Maas-Molina},
  year={2010}
}
  • Luis Maas-Molina
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • 69 Introduction 70 Materials and Methods 76 Results 83 Discussion 97 Appendices 106 References 109 Chapter 4. Variation for flowering time among forty six diverse landraces of rice. Abstract 117 Introduction 118 Materials and Methods 122 Results 123 Discussion 132 Appendices 136 References 141 Chapter 5. Conclusions and future perspectives of flowering time studies in rice. Conclusions 149 Future Perspectives 151 Appendix 155 

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