Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement

Bolger ME, Weisshaar B, Scholz U, Stein N, Usadel B, Mayer KFX (2014)
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 26(4): 31-37.

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It is over 10 years since the genome sequence of the first crop was published. Since then, the number of crop genomes sequenced each year has increased steadily. The amazing pace at which genome sequences are becoming available is largely due to the improvement in sequencing technologies both in terms of cost and speed. Modern sequencing technologies allow the sequencing of multiple cultivars of smaller crop genomes at a reasonable cost. Though many of the published genomes are considered incomplete, they nevertheless have proved a valuable tool to understand important crop traits such as fruit ripening, grain traits and flowering time adaptation. Copyright 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Bolger ME, Weisshaar B, Scholz U, Stein N, Usadel B, Mayer KFX. Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 2014;26(4):31-37.
Bolger, M. E., Weisshaar, B., Scholz, U., Stein, N., Usadel, B., & Mayer, K. F. X. (2014). Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 26(4), 31-37. doi:10.1016/j.copbio.2013.08.019
Bolger, M. E., Weisshaar, B., Scholz, U., Stein, N., Usadel, B., and Mayer, K. F. X. (2014). Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 26, 31-37.
Bolger, M.E., et al., 2014. Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 26(4), p 31-37.
M.E. Bolger, et al., “Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement”, Current Opinion in Biotechnology, vol. 26, 2014, pp. 31-37.
Bolger, M.E., Weisshaar, B., Scholz, U., Stein, N., Usadel, B., Mayer, K.F.X.: Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 26, 31-37 (2014).
Bolger, Marie E, Weisshaar, Bernd, Scholz, Uwe, Stein, Nils, Usadel, Björn, and Mayer, Klaus FX. “Plant genome sequencing — applications for crop improvement”. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 26.4 (2014): 31-37.
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