Reverse plant breeding success


333 converted into homozygous parental breeding lines, as desirable allele combinations are lost through recombination during meiosis. That obstacle has been overcome by Wijnker et al. who have reverse bred Arabidopsis thaliana parental lines from heterozygous hybrids using a process that involves preventing meiotic crossing over. The authors used RNA… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nbt.2189


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