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Legume Biology

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Legume Biology

Functional Plant Biology Special Issue Volume 40, Number 12

Edited by:
Rajeev K Varshney  
Himabindu Kudapa  

162 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing


    Paperback - 2014
ISBN: FP40/12 - AU $ 75.00

 

 This issue of Functional Plant Biology is dedicated to 'Legume biology: the basis for crop improvement', covering part of the work presented at the VI International Conference on Legume Genetics and Genomics, held in Hyderabad, India, 2–7 October 2012. The meeting focused on several aspects of symbiosis and development, evolution and diversity, nutrition and quality, next generation genomics, abiotic stress, pathogenesis and disease resistance, genomic resources and trait mapping, genomics assisted breeding and translational genomics.

The 13 contributions in this issue cover the fundamentals of plant architecture and trait mapping, functional genomics, biotic and abiotic stress in the context of advancing the legume breeding program. In parallel, a special issue on 'Legume Genomics' covering the themes related to genetics, genomics and molecular breeding is being published in The Plant Genome journal.

Visit the Functional Plant Biology home page.

Online edition now available.

 

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