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TitleApplied plant genomics: the secret is integration
AuthorsOsterlund, M. T.; Paterson, A. H.
Year2002
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PublicationCurr Opin Plant Biol 5(2): 141-14
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AbstractAlthough concerted efforts to understand selected botanical models have been made, the resulting basic knowledge varies in its applicability to other diverse species including the major crops. Recent advances in high-throughput genomics are offering new avenues through which to exploit model systems for the study of botanical diversity, providing prospects for crop improvement. In particular, whole-genome sequencing has provided opportunities for the broader application of reverse genetics, expression profiling, and molecular mapping in diverse species.

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