What does Arabidopsis natural variation teach us (and does not teach us) about adaptation in plants?

@article{Trontin2011WhatDA,
  title={What does Arabidopsis natural variation teach us (and does not teach us) about adaptation in plants?},
  author={Charlotte Trontin and S{\'e}bastien Tisn{\'e} and L. M. Bach and Olivier Loudet},
  journal={Current opinion in plant biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={225-31}
}
Sessile organisms such as plants have to develop adaptive responses to face environmental change. In Arabidopsis thaliana populations, natural variation for stress responses have been observed at different levels of integration and the genetic bases of those variations have been analysed using two strategies: classical linkage and association (LD) mapping… CONTINUE READING

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