In the second volume of this three-volume series, leading researchers in genomics and agriculure present a general discussion on the fundamentals of molecular breeding and applications of molecular markers for germplasm characterization, They investigate basic concepts and the application of molecular mapping and breeding to create improved yield and quality, as well as desired related component traits; limiting biotic and abiotic stresses; and improving physiological traits of economic importance.
, Albert G. Abbott
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01 January 2009
Professional and scholarly
Fundamentals of Molecular Breeding Molecular Markers in Germplasm Conservation Molecular Mapping and Breeding for Yield and Yield-related Traits Molecular Mapping and Breeding for Quality: Molecular Mapping and Breeding for Biotic Stress Resistance Molecular Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance Molecular Mapping and Breeding of Physiological Traits Molecular Mapping and Breeding in Fruit Trees Molecular Mapping and Breeding in Forest Trees Molecular Mapping and Breeding in Polyploid Crop Plants Molecular Breeding Technologies for Forage and Turf Plants Transgenics for Genetic Improvement of Plants Intellectual Property Rights and Protection of Agbiotechnological Inventions