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|Title:||Genetic analysis of abiotic stress tolerance in crops|
|Citation:||Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 2011; 14(3):232-239|
|Publisher:||Current Biology Ltd|
|Stuart J. Roy, Elise J. Tucker and Mark Tester|
|Abstract:||Abiotic stress tolerance is complex, but as phenotyping technologies improve, components that contribute to abiotic stress tolerance can be quantified with increasing ease. In parallel with these phenomics advances, genetic approaches with more complex genomes are becoming increasingly tractable as genomic information in non-model crops increases and even whole crop genomes can be re-sequenced. Thus, genetic approaches to elucidating the molecular basis to abiotic stress tolerance in crops are becoming more easily achievable.|
|Keywords:||Plants, Genetically Modified; Crops, Agricultural; Genomics; Adaptation, Physiological; Phenotype; Genome, Plant; Quantitative Trait Loci; Stress, Physiological|
|Rights:||© 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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