QTL-seq identifies an early flowering QTL located near Flowering Locus T in cucumber

  title={QTL-seq identifies an early flowering QTL located near Flowering Locus T in cucumber},
  author={Hongfeng Lu and Tao Lin and Jo{\"e}l Klein and Shenhao Wang and Jianjian Qi and Qian Zhou and Jinjing Sun and Zhonghua Zhang and Yiqun Weng and Sanwen Huang},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
Next-generation sequencing enabled a fast discovery of a major QTL controlling early flowering in cucumber, corresponding to the FT gene conditioning flowering time in Arabidopsis. Next-generation sequencing technologies are making it faster and more efficient to establish the association of agronomic traits with molecular markers or candidate genes, which is the requirement for marker-assisted selection in molecular breeding. Early flowering is an important agronomic trait in cucumber (Cucumis… CONTINUE READING
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