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Science Publishers,U.S.
30 November 2013
The stone fruits, including peaches, apricots, almonds, plums and cherries, have been bred and grown for thousands of years and today are significant agricultural crops in many local economies worldwide providing important components to healthy diets. This volume, comprising 14 chapters authored by 37 scientists from 7 countries, presents a comprehensive commentary on classical genetics and breeding; molecular mapping and breeding of agronomic traits; cloning of genes of interest; recent advances on 'omics' sciences including structural and functional genomics, proteomics and metabolomics with an enumeration on the whole genome sequencing of the model fruit plant peach; and application of bioinformatic strategies and tools for stone fruit research.
Edited by:   Chittaranjan Kole (Clemson University South Carolina USA), Albert G. Abbott (Clemson University, South Carolina, USA)
Imprint:   Science Publishers,U.S.
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   748g
ISBN:   9781578088010
ISBN 10:   1578088011
Pages:   430
Publication Date:   30 November 2013
Audience:   College/higher education ,  College/higher education ,  Primary ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Basic Information on the Stone Fruit Crops Daniel Potter Traditional Genetics and Breeding Thomas M. Gradziel Diversity Analysis Maria Jose Aranzana, Teresa Barreneche, and Pere Arus Molecular Linkage Maps: Strategies, Resources and Achievements Elisabeth Dirlewanger, EudaldIlla, and Werner Howad Mapping and Tagging of Simply Inherited Traits Jose Miguel Soriano and Maria Luisa Badenes Molecular Mapping of Complex Traits Bode A.Olukolu and Chittaranjan Kole Molecular Breeding Daniel Esmenjaud and Chinnathambi Srinivasan Map-based Cloning in Stone Fruits Renate Horn, Osama Sajer, Daniel Esmenjaud, Michel Claverie, and Elisabeth Dirlewanger Genome Sequencing Initiative Ignazio Verde, Elisa Vendramin, Sabrina Micali, Maria Teresa Dettori, and Bryon Sosinski Comparative Genetics and Genomics Initiatives D. J. Sargent, S. Jung, and D. Main Functional Genomics: Transcriptomics LivioTrainotti, Stefano Cagnin, Claudio Forcato, Claudio Bonghi, Amit Dhingra, Tyson Koepke, Loreto Prat, Jonathan Maldonado, and Herman Silva Proteomics and Metabolomics Maria V. Lara and Maria F. Drincovich Bioinformatics as a Tool for Stone Fruit Research S. Jung and D. Main Retrospect and Prospects Albert G. Abbott

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