Phenotypic plasticity, QTL mapping and genomic characterization of bud set in black poplar

@inproceedings{Fabbrini2011PhenotypicPQ,
  title={Phenotypic plasticity, QTL mapping and genomic characterization of bud set in black poplar},
  author={Francesco Fabbrini and Muriel Gaudet and Catherine Bastien and Giusi Zaina and Antoine L Harfouche and Isacco Beritognolo and Nicolas Marron and Michele Morgante and Giuseppe E. Scarascia-Mugnozza and Maurizio Sabatti},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2011}
}
The genetic control of important adaptive traits, such as bud set, is still poorly understood in most forest trees species. Poplar is an ideal model tree to study bud set because of its indeterminate shoot growth. Thus, a full-sib family derived from an intraspecific cross of P. nigra with 162 clonally replicated progeny was used to assess the phenotypic plasticity and genetic variation of bud set in two sites of contrasting environmental conditions. Six crucial phenological stages of bud set… CONTINUE READING
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