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Title

Association genetics in barley

AuthorsIgartua Arregui, Ernesto
Issue DateSep-2012
CitationThe China - EU Workshop on Phenotypic Profiling and Technology Transfer on Crop Breeding (Barcelona. September 2012)
OPTICHINA (Barcelona. September 2012)
AbstractGWAS in plants feasible, but not for every trait. Very difficult for traits directly related with history of selection, or correlated with population structure. • The choice of germplasm is critical. Core collections are a good starting point, but further elaboration may be needed to achieve an optimum panel. • Association with geo-referenced accessions offers further layers of information to extract biological meaning. • Validation in biparental populations provides further proof for trait discovery. • Ascertainment bias can be an issue for SNP platforms. GBS will be unbiased.
Description1 copia .pdf (24 Pags, Figs., Tabls.) de la presentación orginal del autor dentro de la segunda edición de OPTICHINA. En esta ocasión se celebró del 17 al 21 de septiembre de 2012 en la Facultad de Biología de la Universidad de Barcelona con el título: "The China-EU Workshop on Phenotypic Profiling and Technology Transfer on Crop Breeding". OPTICHINA es una iniciativa de asociación entre la Unión Europea y China en el tema de mejoramiento de cultivos, que desde su creación en junio de 2011, se posiciona como un nuevo instrumento y posible modelo a seguir para reforzar una cooperación sistemática entre Europa y China, en materia de investigación agrícola.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/90405
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