- John Carr, University of Cambridge
- Z. Jeffrey Chen, University of Texas at Austin
- Elizabeth Jean Finnegan, CSIRO
- Csaba Koncz, Max-Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research
- Jim Leebens-Mack, University of Georgia
- Sheila McCormick, University of California, Berkeley
- Kay Schneitz, Technische Universität München
- Astrid Wingler, University College London
- Catherine Potenski, BioMed Central
Unique core clock genes control diurnal transcriptome dynamics in conifer, where cycles of gene expression differ greatly in summer and winter.
Genome sequencing of inbred domesticated tomato species reveals the definitive introgression points of chromosome segments from wild tomato species, providing insight into the genomic architecture of the cultivars that can be used as a basis for SNP marker construction.
Fertilization with nitrogen induces genome-wide changes affecting biomass accumulation and cell wall content in Eucalyptus that may be useful in the production of paper and biofuels.
Susceptibility to the post-harvest disorder friction discoloration is determined by multiple genetic factors and is associated with various biochemical compounds in pear, pointing to a potential role for genomic selection in breeding superior cultivars.
Alleles associated with hermaphroditism in Vitis vinifera are most related to male alleles, giving clues about the genetic events that led to the domestication of grapes.
BMC Plant Biology 2014, 14:296
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