Stability of quantitative trait loci for growth and wood properties across multiple pedigrees and environments in Eucalyptus globulus.

@article{Freeman2013StabilityOQ,
  title={Stability of quantitative trait loci for growth and wood properties across multiple pedigrees and environments in Eucalyptus globulus.},
  author={Jules S. Freeman and Brad M Potts and Geoffrey M. Downes and David J. Pilbeam and Saravanan Thavamanikumar and Ren{\'e} E. Vaillancourt},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2013},
  volume={198 4},
  pages={1121-34}
}
· Eucalypts are one of the most planted tree genera worldwide, and there is increasing interest in marker-assisted selection for tree improvement. Implementation of marker-assisted selection requires a knowledge of the stability of quantitative trait loci (QTLs). This study aims to investigate the stability of QTLs for wood properties and growth across contrasting sites and multiple pedigrees of Eucalyptus globulus. · Saturated linkage maps were constructed using 663 genotypes from four… CONTINUE READING
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