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Key messageGreater embryo size in a large and carefully phenotyped mapping population was genetically associated with a greater number of longer seminal roots to increase grain yield in droughted field environments.AbstractBreeding modification of root architecture is challenging in field...
Key messageCalibrating a genomic selection model on a sparse factorial design rather than on tester designs is advantageous for some traits, and equivalent for others.AbstractIn maize breeding, the selection of the candidate inbred lines is based on topcross evaluations using a limited number of...
Key messageSix wheat-Thinopyrum ponticum disomic addition lines derived from partial amphiploid Xiaoyan 7430 were identified using in situ hybridization and SNP microarray, the homoeologous group and stripe rust resistance of each alien chromosome were determined, and Th. ponticum...
Key MessageA genetic framework underpinning salinity tolerance at reproductive stage was revealed by genome-wide SNP markers and major adaptability genes in synthetic-derived wheats, and trait-associated loci were used to predict phenotypes.AbstractUsing wild relatives of crops to identify genes...
Key messageTransposon insertion polymorphisms can improve prediction of complex agronomic traits in rice compared to using SNPs only, especially when accessions to be predicted are less related to the training set.AbstractTransposon insertion polymorphisms (TIPs) are significant sources of...
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