Genomic targeting and mapping of tiller inhibition gene ( tin3 | ) of wheat using ESTs and synteny with rice
Changes in plant architecture have been central to the domestication of wild species. Tillering or the degree of branching determines shoot architecture and is a key component of grain yield and/or biomass. Previously, a tiller inhibition mutant with monoculm phenotype was isolated and the mutant ge...
|Published in:||Functional & integrative genomics, Vol. 8, No. 1 (2008), p. 33-42|
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