The Core Grape Genome and Cheap DNA Sequencing: A New Roadmap for Grape Breeders
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Martinson, Timothy E.; Reisch, Bruce
The VitisGen2 project, led by Cornell AgriTech professor Bruce Reisch, has developed detailed DNA mapping platform that will dramatically increase the use of 'marker-assisted selection' to streamline the grape breeding process.
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Part of the series Grapes 101.
Grapevine Breeding and Genetics; Grapes 101; Appellation Cornell; Cornell University; CALS; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Agritech; Viticulture; Grape Genome; Grape Breeding; Innovation
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