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QTLs for tolerance to abiotic stresses in maize: present status and prospects



QTLs for tolerance to abiotic stresses in maize: present status and prospects



Maydica 50(3/4): 559-569



The genetic basis of tolerance to abiotic stresses, i.e. the major constraints to maize production, is poorly understood. The utilization of molecular markers and genomics platforms offer unprecedented opportunities to identify, select and clone genes influencing tolerance to abiotic stresses, mainly a quantitative trait.

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