Identification of enzymatic and regulatory genes of plant metabolism through QTL analysis in Arabidopsis.

@article{Brotman2011IdentificationOE,
  title={Identification of enzymatic and regulatory genes of plant metabolism through QTL analysis in Arabidopsis.},
  author={Yariv Brotman and David Riewe and Jan Lisec and Rhonda C Meyer and Lothar Willmitzer and Thomas Altmann},
  journal={Journal of plant physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={168 12},
  pages={1387-94}
}
The biochemical diversity in the plant kingdom is estimated to well exceed 100,000 distinct compounds (Weckwerth, 2003) and 4000 to 20,000 metabolites per species seem likely (Fernie et al., 2004). In recent years extensive progress has been made towards the identification of enzymes and regulatory genes working in a complex network to generate this large arsenal of metabolites. Genetic loci influencing quantitative traits, e.g. metabolites or biomass, may be mapped to associated molecular… CONTINUE READING

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