Genomic regions controlling vernalization and photoperiod responses in oat

@article{Holland2002GenomicRC,
  title={Genomic regions controlling vernalization and photoperiod responses in oat},
  author={James B Holland and Vladimir Portyanko and Darlene Hoffman and Michael Lee},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2002},
  volume={105},
  pages={113-126}
}
Oat genotypes vary for photoperiod and vernalization responses. Vernalization often promotes earlier flowering in fall-sown but not spring-sown cultivars. Longer photoperiods also promote earlier flowering, and the response to longer photoperiods tends to be greater in cultivars from higher latitudes. To investigate the genetic basis of photoperiod and vernalization responses in oat, we mapped QTLs for flowering time under four combinations of photoperiod and vernalization treatments in the… CONTINUE READING
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