3 edition of Harnessing functional genomics to benefit forests found in the catalog.
Harnessing functional genomics to benefit forests
by Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre in Sainte-Foy, Qué
Written in English
|Series||Branching out (Canadian Forest Service. Laurentian Forestry Centre) -- no.14|
|Contributions||Laurentian Forestry Centre., Canadian Forest Service.|
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Dear Colleagues, Forest tree genetics and genomics are advancing at an accelerated rate, thanks to recent developments in high-throughput, next-generation sequencing capabilities and novel biostatistical tools. Reflecting developments in genome editing, this third edition volume fully updates a collection of key techniques for the study of functional genomics.
The book is broken up into sections on bioinformatics, DNA, RNA, and protein analysis, as well as a closing section entitled “From Genotype to Phenotype.”. Genetics and Genomics of Forest Trees. Filippos A.
(Phil) Aravanopoulos (Ed.) Pages: Published: November (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Genetics and Genomics of Forest Trees that was published in Forests) Download PDF.
Add this book to My Library. The book has 17 chapters, grouped into four parts: forest tree functional genomics; molecular biology of wood formation; forest tree transgenesis; genome mapping in forest trees.
Most of the chapters have a final section (usually called ‘conclusions’ or ‘perspectives’) that will be of interest to the general reader; for example, Lida et Author: Christine Cahalan. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Genomics of growth in forest trees. The benefits of increasing the training population size beyond the typical size of lines tend to be higher for traits with heritability below and.
Planted forests with good management records are a useful resource to understand the influence of genetics and the environment on phenotype. Remote sensing is a rapidly evolving group of technologies that will allow us to phenotype individual trees in situ in planted forests.
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Briefings in Functional Genomics is accepting submissions for upcoming issues. Articles range in scope and depth from the introductory level to specific details of protocols and analyses, encompassing bacterial, fungal, plant, animal and human data.This Research Topic addresses research in genomics and biotechnology to improve the growth and quality of forest trees for wood, pulp, biorefineries and carbon s are the world’s greatest repository of terrestrial biomass and biodiversity.
Forests serve critical ecological services, supporting the preservation of fauna and flora, and water resources.