Genome mapping of postzygotic hybrid necrosis in an interspecific pear population

@inproceedings{Montanari2016GenomeMO,
  title={Genome mapping of postzygotic hybrid necrosis in an interspecific pear population},
  author={Sara Montanari and Lester R. Brewer and Robert Lamberts and Riccardo Velasco and Mickael A. Malnoy and Laure Perchepied and Philippe Gu{\'e}rif and Charles Eric Durel and Vincent G. M. Bus and Susan E Gardiner and David Chagn{\'e}},
  booktitle={Horticulture Research},
  year={2016}
}
Deleterious epistatic interactions in plant inter- and intraspecific hybrids can cause a phenomenon known as hybrid necrosis, characterized by a typical seedling phenotype whose main distinguishing features are dwarfism, tissue necrosis and in some cases lethality. Identification of the chromosome regions associated with this type of incompatibility is important not only to increase our understanding of the evolutionary diversification that led to speciation but also for breeding purposes… CONTINUE READING
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