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[Mejoramiento de portainjertos para especies de Prunus: Avances en genetica y genomica de duraznero y cerezo como un modelo]

dc.contributor.authorGainza, Felipe
dc.contributor.authorOpazo, Ismael
dc.contributor.authorGuajardo, Veronica
dc.contributor.authorMeza, Pablo
dc.contributor.authorOrtiz, Mauricio
dc.contributor.authorPinochet, Jorge
dc.contributor.authorMuñoz, Carlos 2015)
dc.descriptionSumarios (En, Es)
dc.description112 ref.
dc.descriptiontexto en ingles
dc.description.abstractPrunus rootstock is an important choice in optimizing productivity of grafted cultivars. Nevertheless, many Prunus rootstocks are notoriously intolerant to hypoxia which is caused by waterlogging and/or heavy soils. There is no available information to help select Prunus rootstocks that are tolerant to stress conditions such as root hypoxia caused by excess moisture. Information from genetic maps has demonstrated a high level of synteny among Prunus species, and this suggests that they all share a similar genomic structure. It should be possible to identify the genetic determinants involved in tolerance to hypoxia and other traits in Prunus rootstocks by applying methods to identify regions of the genome involved in the expression of important traits; these have been developed mainly in peach which is the model species for the genus
dc.relation.ispartofChilean Journal of Agricultural Research
dc.title[Mejoramiento de portainjertos para especies de Prunus: Avances en genetica y genomica de duraznero y cerezo como un modelo]
dc.title.alternativeBreeding rootstocks for Prunus species: Advances in the genetic and genomics of peach and cherry as a model
dc.subject.spanishproduccion potencial
dc.subject.spanishgenetica vegetal
dc.ubicacion.iniaEn las Bibliotecas del INIA
dc.codigo.temporalH50 F30 0600
dc.paginas.temporalv. 75 (Supl. no. 1) p. 17-27

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