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Simulation approach and its applications in plant breeding
Conventional plant breeding largely depends on phenotypic selection and breeding experience, therefore breeding efficiency is low and predictions are inaccurate. Along with the fast development in molecular biology and ...
Analysis of a three-way interaction including multi-attributes
The additive main effect and multiplicative interaction (AMMI) has been widely used for studying and interpreting genotype×environment interaction (GEI) in agricultural experiments using multi-environment trials (METs). ...
The molecularization of public sector crop breeding: Progress, problems, and prospects
Molecular markers and genetic maps are available for most important food crops. Marker-trait associations have been established for a diverse array of traits in these crops, and research on marker/quantitative trait loci ...
Application of identified QTL-marker associations in rice quality improvement through a design-breeding approach
A permanent mapping population of rice consisting of 65 non-idealized chromosome segment substitution lines (denoted as CSSL1 to CSSL65) and 82 donor parent chromosome segments (denoted as M1 to M82) was used to identify ...
A modified algorithm for the improvement of composite interval mapping
Composite interval mapping (CIM) is the most commonly used method for mapping quantitative trait loci (QTL) with populations derived from biparental crosses. However, the algorithm implemented in the popular QTL Cartographer ...
The QTL controlling amino acid content in grains of rice ( Oryza sativa ) are co-localized with the regions involved in the amino acid metabolism pathway
The improvement of grain quality, such as protein content (PC) and amino acid composition, has been a major concern of rice breeders. We constructed a population of 190 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) from a cross between ...