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Fruit diversity in the genus Actinidia
1A ) that could be incorporated into commercial cultivars 1 and to
do this efficiently requires a better knowledge of how these
characteristics are regulated.
1 ) and the value of using this diversity to discover novel traits
through functional genomics and through mapping and positional
Crowhurst, Ross; Gleave, Andrew; MacRae, Elspeth; Ampomah-Dwamena, Charles; Atkinson, Ross; Beuning, Lesley; Bulley, Sean; Chagne, David; Marsh, Ken; Matich, Adam; Montefiori, Mirco; Newcomb, Richard; Schaffer, Robert; Usadel, Björn; Allan, Andrew; Boldingh, Helen; Bowen, Judith; Davy, Marcus; Eckloff, Rheinhart; Ferguson, A Ross; Fraser, Lena; Gera, Emma; Hellens, Roger; Janssen, Bart; Klages, Karin; Lo, Kim; MacDiarmid, Robin; Nain, Bhawana; McNeilage, Mark; Rassam, Maysoon; Richardson, Annette; Rikkerink, Erik; Ross, Gavin; Schröder, Roswitha; Snowden, Kimberley; Souleyre, Edwige; Templeton, Matt; Walton, Eric; Wang, Daisy; Wang, Mindy; Wang, Yanming; Wood, Marion; Wu, Rongmei; Yauk, Yar-Khing; Laing, WilliamJournal: BMC Genomics
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-9-351Published: 2008-07-27Institution(s):
The Horticultural and Food Research Institute of New Zealand, PB 92169, Auckland, New Zealand, Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Am Mühlenberg 1, 14476 Potsdam-Golm, Germany
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