390 pages | 10 Color Illus. | 32 B/W Illus.
Written by researchers representing six countries and 28 institutions, this book highlights the development of the genus Populus as a model organism for tree genomics. Reflecting an impressive depth of coverage, the contributors’ thorough reviews and analyses of Populus genomics provide insight into future discoveries about the basic biology of this fascinating genus and paves the way for applied breeding and genetic improvement of poplars.
Populus: A Premier Pioneer System for Plant Genomics, Stephen P. DiFazio, Gancho T. Slavov and Chandrashekhar P. Joshi
Populus Genomic Resources, Derek R. Drost, Catherine I. Benedict, Evandro Novaes and Matias Kirst
Haplotype Analysis of Complex Traits in Outcrossing Tree Species: Allele Discovery of Quantitative Trait Loci, Tian Liu, Chunfa Tong, Jiasheng Wu, Bo Zhang, Yuehua Cui, Yao Li, Yanru Zeng and Rongling Wu
The Populus Genome Sequence,Stephen P. DiFazio, Xiaohan Yang and Gerald A. Tuskan
Poplar Genome Microarrays, Chung-Jui Tsai, Priya Ranjan, Stephen P. DiFazio, Gerald A. Tuskan and Virgil Johnson
Poplar Proteomics: Update and Future Challenges, Christophe Plomion, Delphine Vincent, Frank Bedon, Johann Joets, Ludovic Bonhomme, Domenico Morabito, Sébastien Duplessis, Robert Nilsson, Gunnar Wingsle, Christer Larsson, Yves Jolivet, Jenny Renaut, Olga Pechanova and Cetin Yuceer
Metabolomics in Poplar, Andrew R. Robinson and Shawn Mansfield