Identification of loci contributing to maize drought tolerance in a genome-wide association study

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Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have been used widely to analyze the genetic control of complex traits in crops. In the present study, seven related phenotypic traits were analyzed in combination to study their association with 41,101 SNPs in 201 maize inbred lines that had been evaluated in seven environments (year/location combinations) under water… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10681-016-1688-0

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@article{Wang2016IdentificationOL, title={Identification of loci contributing to maize drought tolerance in a genome-wide association study}, author={Nan Wang and Zhen-ping Wang and Xiao-ling Liang and Jian-Feng Weng and Xiang-ling Lv and De-gui Zhang and Jie Yang and Hong-jun Yong and Ming-shun Li and Feng-hai Li and Li-yan Jiang and Shi-huang Zhang and Zhuan-fang Hao and Xin-hai Li}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2016}, volume={210}, pages={165-179} }