There is more to tomato fruit colour than candidate carotenoid genes.

@article{Liu2003ThereIM,
  title={There is more to tomato fruit colour than candidate carotenoid genes.},
  author={Yong-sheng Liu and Amit Gur and Gil Ronen and Mathilde Causse and Ren{\'e} Damidaux and Michel Buret and Joseph Hirschberg and Dani Zamir},
  journal={Plant biotechnology journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={1 3},
  pages={
          195-207
        }
}
Determining gene sequences responsible for complex phenotypes has remained a major objective in modern biology. The candidate gene approach is attempting to link, through mapping analysis, sequences that have a known functional role in the measured phenotype with quantitative trait loci (QTL) that are responsible for the studied variation. To explore the potential of the candidate approach for complex traits we conducted a mapping analysis of QTL for the intensity of the red colour of the… CONTINUE READING

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