QTL Mapping of Enzymatic Saccharification in Short Rotation Coppice Willow and Its Independence from Biomass Yield.
Bioenerg. Res.. 2010; 3:251-261
Brereton NJB, Pitre FE, Karp A, Murphy RJ. Bioenerg. Res.. 2010; 3:251-261
The development of improved biofuel crops poses significant challenges, not least because biomass accumulation and digestibility are complex traits associated with many different pathways and genes. This study used quantitative Trait Loci (QTL) mapping to identify contributing genetic factors in willow.
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