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Genomics and Genetic Transformation in Arachis

@inproceedings{Cristina2014GenomicsAG,
  title={Genomics and Genetic Transformation in Arachis},
  author={Anailza Cristina and Miranda Brasileiro and Ana Cl{\'a}udia and G. P. de Araujo and Soraya C M Leal-Bertioli and Patr{\'i}cia Messenberg Guimar{\~a}es},
  year={2014}
}
This review focus on Arachis functional and structural genomic studies, and their application in peanut improvement via plant transformation, that constitutes one of the most promising strategies to advance the introgression and modulation of important traits which can be translated into crop gain. 
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