Polymorphisms and minihaplotypes in the VvNAC26 gene associate with berry size variation in grapevine

@inproceedings{Tello2015PolymorphismsAM,
  title={Polymorphisms and minihaplotypes in the VvNAC26 gene associate with berry size variation in grapevine},
  author={Javier Tello and Rafael Torres-P{\'e}rez and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Grimplet and Pablo Carbonell-Bejerano and Jos{\'e} Miguel Mart{\'i}nez-Zapater and Javier Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
  year={2015}
}
BackgroundDomestication and selection of Vitis vinifera L. for table and wine grapes has led to a large level of berry size diversity in current grapevine cultivars. Identifying the genetic basis for this natural variation is paramount both for breeding programs and for elucidating which genes contributed to crop evolution during domestication and selection processes. The gene VvNAC26, which encodes a NAC domain-containing transcription factor, has been related to the early development of… CONTINUE READING

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