Identification of QTLs with additive, epistatic, and QTL × environment interaction effects for the bolting trait in Brassica rapa L.

@article{Liu2016IdentificationOQ,
  title={Identification of QTLs with additive, epistatic, and QTL × environment interaction effects for the bolting trait in Brassica rapa L.},
  author={Yating Liu and Chengyu T. Li and Xingxing Shi and Hui Feng and Yugang Wang},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2016},
  volume={210},
  pages={427-439}
}
Bolting is an important agronomic trait in Brassica rapa crops due to its effect on yield and quality. Bolting is a complicated trait regulated by multiple genes that is highly influenced by the environment. Defining the chromosomal region(s) involved and clarifying the genetic interactions is important for improving the effectiveness of marker-assisted selection. Our objectives were to map quantitative trait loci (QTLs) controlling bolting in B. rapa and to study epistasis and QTL… CONTINUE READING

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