Genetic dissection of a modern sugarcane cultivar (Saccharum spp.).II. Detection of QTLs for yield components

  title={Genetic dissection of a modern sugarcane cultivar (Saccharum spp.).II. Detection of QTLs for yield components},
  author={J. Y. Hoarau and Laurent Grivet and Bernard Offmann and L.-M. Raboin and J.-P. Diorflar and Judith Payet and M. Hellmann and Ang{\'e}lique D'Hont and J. -C. Glaszmann},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
The genetics of current sugarcane cultivars (Saccharum spp.) is outstandingly complex, due to a high ploidy level and an interspecific origin which leads to the presence of numerous chromosomes belonging to two ancestral genomes. In order to analyse the inheritance of quantitative traits, we have undertaken an extensive Quantitative Trait Allele (QTA) mapping study based on a population of 295 progenies derived from the selfing of cultivar R570, using about 1,000 AFLP markers scattered on about… CONTINUE READING
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