Tag Archives: Flowering

Enhancing the possibilities of promoter research

Rainer Melzer School of Biology and Environmental Science, University College Dublin Developmental regulatory genes have played a pivotal role during the evolution and domestication of plants. From a molecular genetics perspective, our understanding of those regulators is largely driven by … Continue reading

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A database for all things flowering

by Frank Wellmer Smurfit Institute of Genetics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Three decades of research on the genetic and molecular control of flowering has led to a staggering amount of data from a multitude of different experimental approaches (summarized for … Continue reading

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On flowering and grain number in cereals …

by Maria von Korff Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research The timing of flowering is important for fitness and reproductive success in plants. Numerous studies demonstrate that variation in flowering time correlates with yield in … Continue reading

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Forecasting flowering phenology

Aalt-Jan van Dijk Plant Research International, Wageningen University A prominent example of the role computational predictions play in everyday life is that of the weather forecast – will the weather allow your outdoor activities, and how about the weather during … Continue reading

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