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Plant population genetics

Section edited by Michele Morgante

This section incorporates all aspects of the genetics of plant populations including but not limited to: analysis of evolutionary, ecological and conservation genetics of plant populations.

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    Invasive species can be a major threat to native biodiversity and the number of invasive plant species is increasing across the globe. Population genetic studies of invasive species can provide key insights in...

    Authors: Jenny Hagenblad, Jennifer Hülskötter, Kamal Prasad Acharya, Jörg Brunet, Olivier Chabrerie, Sara A. O. Cousins, Pervaiz A. Dar, Martin Diekmann, Pieter De Frenne, Martin Hermy, Aurélien Jamoneau, Annette Kolb, Isgard Lemke, Jan Plue, Zafar A. Reshi and Bente Jessen Graae

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2015 16:103

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    Field pea (Pisum sativum L.) is among the prominent crops in the world as food and feed. There are relatively few simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers developed from expressed sequence tags (ESTs) in P. sativum. ...

    Authors: Abel Teshome, Tomas Bryngelsson, Kifle Dagne and Mulatu Geleta

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2015 16:102

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    Enset (Ensete ventricosum (Welw.) Cheesman; Musaceae) is a multipurpose drought-tolerant food security crop with high conservation and improvement concern in Ethiopia, where it supplements the human calorie requi...

    Authors: Temesgen Magule Olango, Bizuayehu Tesfaye, Mario Augusto Pagnotta, Mario Enrico Pè and Marcello Catellani

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2015 16:98

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    Copy number variation was found to be a frequent type of DNA polymorphism in the human genome often associated with diseases but its importance in crops and the effects on agronomic traits are still largely un...

    Authors: Tobias Würschum, Philipp H. G. Boeven, Simon M. Langer, C. Friedrich H. Longin and Willmar L. Leiser

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2015 16:96

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    The most economically important Citrus species originated by natural interspecific hybridization between four ancestral taxa (Citrus reticulata, Citrus maxima, Citrus medica, and Citrus micrantha) and from limite...

    Authors: Franck Curk, Gema Ancillo, Andres Garcia-Lor, François Luro, Xavier Perrier, Jean-Pierre Jacquemoud-Collet, Luis Navarro and Patrick Ollitrault

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:152

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    Host plant resistance has been proposed as one of the most promising approaches in whitefly management. Already in 1995 two quantitative trait loci (Tv-1 and Tv-2) originating from S. habrochaites CGN1.1561 were ...

    Authors: Alejandro F Lucatti, Fien RG Meijer-Dekens, Roland Mumm, Richard GF Visser, Ben Vosman and Sjaak van Heusden

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:142

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    Lentil is a self-pollinated annual diploid (2n = 2× = 14) crop with a restricted history of genetic improvement through breeding, particularly when compared to cereal crops. This limited breeding has probably ...

    Authors: Maria Lombardi, Michael Materne, Noel O I Cogan, Matthew Rodda, Hans D Daetwyler, Anthony T Slater, John W Forster and Sukhjiwan Kaur

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:150

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    Universal conventional DNA barcodes will become more and more popular in biological material identifications. However, in many cases such as processed medicines or canned food, the universal conventional barco...

    Authors: Wenpan Dong, Han Liu, Chao Xu, Yunjuan Zuo, Zhongjian Chen and Shiliang Zhou

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:138

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    Cymbidium is a genus of 68 species in the orchid family, with extremely high ornamental value. Marker-assisted selection has proven to be an effective strategy in accelerating plant breeding for many plant specie...

    Authors: Xiaobai Li, Feng Jin, Liang Jin, Aaron Jackson, Cheng Huang, Kehu Li and Xiaoli Shu

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:124

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    Genetic diversity provides the capacity for plants to meet changing environments. It is fundamentally important in crop improvement. Fifty-nine local maize lines developed at INERA and 41 exotic (temperate and...

    Authors: Abdalla Dao, Jacob Sanou, Sharon E Mitchell, Vernon Gracen and Eric Y Danquah

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:127

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    Wild potato Solanum bulbocastanum is a rich source of genetic resistance against a variety of pathogens. It belongs to a taxonomic group of wild potato species sexually isolated from cultivated potato. Consistent...

    Authors: Massimo Iorizzo, Liangliang Gao, Harpartap Mann, Alessandra Traini, Maria Luisa Chiusano, Andrzej Kilian, Riccardo Aversano, Domenico Carputo and James M Bradeen

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:123

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    Breonadia salicina (Rubiaceae) is a critically endangered plant at the local scale native to southwestern Saudi Arabia. To understand the levels and partitioning of genetic variation across populations and geogra...

    Authors: Abdel-Rhman Z Gaafar, Fahad Al-Qurainy and Salim Khan

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:109

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    Bacterial leaf blight (BLB) caused by the vascular pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) is one of the most serious diseases leading to crop failure in rice growing countries. A total of 37 resistance gene...

    Authors: Basabdatta Das, Samik Sengupta, Manoj Prasad and Tapas Kumar Ghose

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:82

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    During the domestication of crops, individual plants with traits desirable for human needs have been selected from their wild progenitors. Consequently, genetic and nucleotide diversity of genes associated wit...

    Authors: Baharul Islam Choudhury, Mohammed Latif Khan and Selvadurai Dayanandan

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:71

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    Common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the most important food crops worldwide. Wheat varieties that maintain yield (YD) under moderate or even intense nitrogen (N) deficiency can adapt to low input manage...

    Authors: Fa Cui, Xiaoli Fan, Chunhua Zhao, Wei Zhang, Mei Chen, Jun Ji and Junming Li

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:57

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    Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) panels recently developed for the assessment of genetic diversity in wheat are primarily based on elite varieties, mostly those of bread wheat. The usefulness of such SNP p...

    Authors: Hugo R Oliveira, Jenny Hagenblad, Matti W Leino, Fiona J Leigh, Diane L Lister, Leonor Penã-Chocarro and Martin K Jones

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:54

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    Sesame is an important and ancient oil crop in tropical and subtropical areas. China is one of the most important sesame producing countries with many germplasm accessions and excellent cultivars. Domesticatio...

    Authors: Kun Wu, Minmin Yang, Hongyan Liu, Ye Tao, Ju Mei and Yingzhong Zhao

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:35

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    Most traits targeted in the genetic improvement of hop are quantitative in nature. Improvement based on selection of these traits requires a comprehensive understanding of their inheritance. This study estimat...

    Authors: Erin L McAdam, René E Vaillancourt, Anthony Koutoulis and Simon P Whittock

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2014 15:22

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    The importance of wheat to the world economy, together with progresses in high-throughput next-generation DNA sequencing, have accelerated initiatives of genetic research for wheat improvement. The availabilit...

    Authors: Pasqualina Colasuonno, Mastrangelo Anna Maria, Antonio Blanco and Agata Gadaleta

    Citation: BMC Genetics 2013 14:114

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