Phenomics and genomics tools for facilitating brassica crop improvement

Published on Jan 1, 2015
Ben Vosman48
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K.T.B. Pelgrom11
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+ 10 AuthorsBrian Ford-Lloyd37
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ABSTRACTCauliflower (Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis L.) is continually being improved to increase sustainability of production, enhance nutritional quality, and reduce waste. Development of resistances against abiotic (high temperature and rainfall) and biotic stresses (diseases and insects) is necessary for this purpose. Breeding plays a vital role in addressing these issues through development of superior varieties/hybrids. Globally, more than 20,000 accessions of C-genome taxa of B. olera...
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