Spontaneous gene flow and population structure in wild and cultivated chicory, Cichorium intybus L.

@article{Kir2008SpontaneousGF,
  title={Spontaneous gene flow and population structure in wild and cultivated chicory, Cichorium intybus L.},
  author={Lars P\odenphant Ki{\ae}r and François Felber and Andrew J. Flavell and Roberto Guadagnuolo and Denis Guiatti and Thure Pavlo Hauser and Angelo M Olivieri and Ivan Scotti and Nazia Syed and Massimo Vischi and Clemens C. M. van de Wiel and Rikke Bagger J\orgensen},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2008},
  volume={56},
  pages={405-419}
}
Spontaneous gene flow between wild and cultivated chicory, Cichorium intybus L., may have implications for the genetic structure and evolution of populations and varieties. One aspect of this crop-wild gene flow is the dispersal of transgenes from genetically modified varieties, e.g. gene flow from GM chicory to natural chicory could have unwanted consequences. With the purpose to identify and quantify crop-wild gene flow in chicory, we analysed introgression in 19 wild chicory populations and… CONTINUE READING

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