Table of contents for Genomics of plant genetic resources.
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Managing genetic resources.- Building a global plant genetic resources system; E. Frison.- Genomic Approaches to Encouraging the Development of New Cro Varieties through the Granting of Intellectual Property Protection: A Perspective from the Private Sector; J.S.C. Smith.- The Use of Molecular Marker Data to Assist in the Determination of Essentially Derived Varieties; J.S.C. Smith.- Application of molecular markers in spatial analysis to optimize in situ conservation of plant genetic resources; M. van Zonneveld.- Historical and prospective applications of ‘quantitative genomics’ in utilising germplasm resources; A. Hathorn.- Platforms and approaches to investigate plant genetic resources.- High-throughput SNP profiling of genetic resources in crop plants using genotyping arrays; M.W. Ganal.- Paleogenomics as a guide for traits improvement; J. Salse.- Non-invasive phenotyping methodologies enable the accurate characterization of growth and performance of shoots and roots; M. Jansen.- Association mapping of genetic resources: achievements and future perspectives; S. Sukumaran.- Exploiting barley genetic resources for Genome Wide Association Scans (GWAS); R. Waugh.- Production and molecular cytogenetic identification of wheat-alien hybrids and introgression lines; M. Morlán-Láng.- Radiation hybrids: A valuable tool for genetic, genomic and functional analysis of plant genomes; A. Kumar.- FISHIS: a new way in chromosome flow sorting widens the chromosome approach and makes complex genomes more accessible; S. Lucretti.- Mining genetic resources via Ecotilling; B.J. Till.- Genome sequencing and crop domestication.- Next Generation Sequencing and germplasm resources; P. Visendi.- Advances in sequencing the barley genome; N. Stein.- The Wheat Black Jack: Advances towards sequencing the 21 chromosomes of the bread wheat genome; F. Choulet.- Wheat Domestication: Key to Agricultural Revolutions Past and Future; J.D. Faris.- Molecular evidence for soybean domestication; K. Van.- Genomics of origin, domestication and evolution of Phaseolus vulgaris; E. Bellucci.- Mining allelic diversity.- Advances in Nicotiana Genetic and “Omics” Resources; J.N.D. Battey.- Mining SNPs and linkage analysis in Cynara cardunculus; S. Lanteri.- Genetic diversity assessment in European Cynara collections; M.A. Pagnotta.- Analysis and exploitation of cereal genomes with the aid of Brachypodium; H. Budak.- Mining natural variation for maize improvement: Selection on phenotypes and genes; S. Sood.- Breeding forest trees by genomic selection: current progress and the way forward; D. Grattapaglia.- Genetic diversity in the grapevine germplasm; F. Cattonaro.- Index.
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