Genome-Wide Association Mapping in Arabidopsis Identifies Previously Known Flowering Time and Pathogen Resistance Genes

@article{Aranzana2005GenomeWideAM,
  title={Genome-Wide Association Mapping in Arabidopsis Identifies Previously Known Flowering Time and Pathogen Resistance Genes},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Aranzana and Sung Ku Kim and Keyan Zhao and Erica G. Bakker and Matthew W. Horton and Katrin Jakob and Clare Lister and John Molitor and Chikako Shindo and Chunlao Tang and Christopher Toomajian and Brian Traw and Honggang Zheng and Joy Bergelson and Caroline Dean and Paul Marjoram and Magnus Nordborg},
  journal={PLoS Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={83 - 90}
}
There is currently tremendous interest in the possibility of using genome-wide association mapping to identify genes responsible for natural variation, particularly for human disease susceptibility. The model plant Arabidopsis thaliana is in many ways an ideal candidate for such studies, because it is a highly selfing hermaphrodite. As a result, the species largely exists as a collection of naturally occurring inbred lines, or accessions, which can be genotyped once and phenotyped repeatedly… CONTINUE READING

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