Recent advances in regulation of flowering.
F1000 Biol Rep. 2010; 2(9)
Maloof JN F1000 Biol Rep. 2010; 2(9)
Unlike crops used for food, where much of the yield gain during the past century was accomplished by minimizing the amount of biomass in the leaves, stalks and roots in favor of grain yield, the opposite strategy is desirable for crops used for biofuels. This review suggests that recent advances may allow us to engineer conditional...
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