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Because the number and diversity of genetically modified (GM) crops has significantly increased, their analysis based on real-time PCR (qPCR) methods is becoming increasingly complex and laborious. While several pioneers already investigated Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) as an alternative to...

Willems, S.; Fraiture, M. A.; Deforce, D.; Keersmaecker, S. C. J. de; Loose, M. de; Ruttink, T.; Herman, P.; Nieuwerburgh, F. van; Roosens, N.
Elsevier Ltd
Food Chemistry, 2016, 192, pp 788-798
CAB ReviewFull Text

Plants possess a sophisticated array of systems with which to sense and respond to their internal and external environment. Biological changes triggered by such systems represent examples of phenotypic plasticity. One aspect of phenotypic plasticity that has recently emerged is transgenerational...

October 2015
defence mechanisms; disease resistance; DNA methylation; environmental factors; epigenetics; gene expression; induced resistance; inheritance; mutants; mutations; persistence; pest resistance; phenotypic variation; plant diseases; plant ecology; plant pests; reviews; stress; stress response
Prashant Singh; Roberts, M. R.
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Scientists have identified genetic traits in cattle that might allow farmers to breed livestock with increased resistance to bovine tuberculosis...

February 2014
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This study was carried out to develop molecular techniques to allow the selection of zygotic seedlings in the early stage of the plant development. We identified 37 pollen-specific molecular markers from RAPD analysis and successfully used them for identification of the zygotic seedlings from...

Jin SeongBeom; Yun SuHyun; Park JaeHo; Park SukMan; Koh SangWook; Lee DongHoon
Korean Society for Horticultural Science
Korean Journal of Horticultural Science & Technology, 2015, 33, 4, pp 598-604

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