Imaging genetics of seed performance

@inproceedings{Joosen2013ImagingGO,
  title={Imaging genetics of seed performance},
  author={R.V.L. Joosen},
  year={2013}
}
The Netherlands has a long history of plant breeding which has resulted in a leading position in the world with respect to the sales of vegetable seeds. Nowadays high-tech methods are used for crop-production which demands high standards for the quality of the starting materials. While breeding has mainly focused on crop yield and disease resistance in the past, it now becomes equally important to create seeds that rapidly and uniformly germinate under a wide range of production environments. A… CONTINUE READING

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