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Principles and Practices of Plant Genomics, Volume 3 Advanced Genomics

Edited By: Chittaranjan Kole and Albert G Abbott
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Principles and Practices of Plant Genomics, Volume 3
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This book presents the basic and applied aspects of sequencing of genes and genomes and their implication in the fine-scale elucidation of the plant genomes. The third volume presents an overview on the advances of plant genomics made in the past century; deliberations on the genomics resources; concepts, tools, strategies, and achievements of comparative, evolutionary, and functional genomics and whole-genome sequencing. It also presents critical reviews on the already completed genome initiatives and glimpses on the currently progressing genome initiatives. This volume is an ideal reference book for students, scholars and scientists in academia, industry, and government.

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An Overview of Advances in Plant Genomics in the New Millennium Robert J. Henry Fundamentals of Physical Mapping Perumal Azhaguvel, Yiqun Weng, Raman Babu, Alagu Manickavelu, Dhanasekaran Vidya Saraswathi and Harindra Singh Balyan Comparative and Evolutionary Genomics Amy L. Lawton-Rauh, Cynthia R. Climer and Brad L. Rauh ESTs and their Role in Functional Genomics Kalpalatha Melmaiee and Venu Kalavacharla Whole Genome Sequencing Swarup K. Parida and T. Mohapatra Arabidopsis Genome Initiative Ramesh Katam, Dilip Panathee, Evelina Basenko, Rajib Bandopadhyay, Sheikh M. Basha and Kokiladevi Eswaran Rice Genome Initiative Kevin L. Childs and Shu Ouyang The Populus Genome Initiative Stephen DiFazio Peach Genome Initiative Albert G. Abbott Current Status of On-going Genome Initiatives Jaya R. Soneji, Madhugiri Nageswara Rao and Padmini Sudarshana Concepts and Strategies for Reverse Genetics in Field, Forest and Bioenergy Crop Species Kazuhiro Kikuchi, Claire Chesnais, Sharon Regan and Thomas P. Brutnell Genetic Variation Identified through Gene and Genome Sequencing Erica G. Bakker Transcriptional Profiling Sam R. Zwenger and Chhandak Basu Advanced Bioinformatics Tools and Strategies Matthew Hibbs Application of Genomics to Plant Breeding Thomas Lubberstedt and Madan K. Bhattacharya People, Policy and Plant Genomics Emma Frow and Steven Yearley Roadmap of Genomics Research in the 21st Century Andrew H. Paterson

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Edited By: Chittaranjan Kole and Albert G Abbott
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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