Trigenomic Bridges for Brassica Improvement

@article{Chen2011TrigenomicBF,
  title={Trigenomic Bridges for Brassica Improvement},
  author={S. Chen and M. Nelson and A. Ch{\`e}vre and E. Jenczewski and Zai-yun Li and A. Mason and J. Meng and J. Plummer and A. Pradhan and K. Siddique and R. Snowdon and G. Yan and W. Zhou and W. Cowling},
  journal={Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={524 - 547}
}
We introduce and review Brassica crop improvement via trigenomic bridges. Six economically important Brassica species share three major genomes (A, B, and C), which are arranged in diploid (AA, BB, and CC) and allotetraploid (AABB, AACC, and BBCC) species in the classical triangle of U. Trigenomic bridges are Brassica interspecific hybrid plants that contain the three genomes in various combinations, either triploid (ABC), unbalanced tetraploid (e.g., AABC), pentaploid (e.g., AABCC) or… Expand
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