This book presents the implications of the genomic revolution for conifers, which go all the way from a better understanding of the evolution of these organisms to new knowledge about the molecular basis of quantitative trait variation, both playing important roles in their domestication. Internationally reputed researchers in this field have contributed to this book, reviewing the genetics, genomics and breeding of conifers.
- The Conifers (Pinophyta): David S. Gernandt et al.
- Economic Importance, Breeding Objectives and Achievements: T.J. Mullin et al.
- Cytogenetics: M. Nurul Islam-Faridi and C. Dana Nelson
- Neutral Patterns of Genetic Variation and Applications to Conservation in Conifer Apecies: Francesca Bagnoli et al.
- Genetic Mapping in Conifers: Kermit Ritland et al.
- Patterns of Nucleotide Diversity and Association Mapping: S.C. Gonzalez-Martnez et al.
- Integration of Molecular Markers in Breeding: Rowland D. Burdon and Phillip L. Wilcox
- Transcriptomics: John J. Mackay and Jeffrey F.D. Dean
- Recent Advances in Proteomics and Metabolomics in Gymnosperms: Rebecca Dauwe et al.
- Toward the Conifer Genome Sequence: Michele Morgante and Emanuele De Paoli
- Future Prospects: Jeffrey F.D. Dean
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