Plant Breeding: From Laboratories to Fields
by Sven Bode Andersen
Publisher: InTech 2013
Number of pages: 288
During the last 50 years plant breeding has entered a molecular era based on molecular tools to analyse DNA, RNA and proteins and associate such molecular results with plant phenotype. These marker trait associations develop fast to enable more efficient breeding.
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