A doubled haploid ( DH) is a genotype formed when haploid cells undergo chromosome doubling. Artificial production of doubled haploids is important in plant breeding.
Haploid cells are produced from pollen or egg cells or from other cells of the gametophyte, then by induced or spontaneous chromosome doubling, a doubled haploid cell is produced, which can be grown into a doubled haploid plant. How to cite this article: Jiang SY, Ramachandran S. Natural and artificial mutants as valuable resources for functional genomics and molecular breeding.
Marker assisted selection or marker aided selection ( MAS) is an indirect selection process where a trait of interest is selected based on a marker ( morphological, biochemical or DNA/ RNA variation) linked to a trait of interest ( e.
Singh3, Rakesh Singh1* 1 Division of Genomic Resources, National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi, Delhi, India, 2 summary, genetic gain within a breeding program can be accelerated in a number of ways, including ( i) increasing the size of the breeding program to enable higher selection intensity, ( ii) enhancing the accuracy of selection ( higher repeatability), ( iii) ensuring adequate genetic variation, ( iv) accelerating the breeding cycles, and ( v) improving decision support tools. HKCBEES TOKYO CONFERENCE - 3 - Nucleopolyhedrovirus in a Homologous Cell Line Sudawan Chaeychomsri, Win Chaeychomsri, Jindawan Siruntawineti, Motoko Ikeda and Michihiro Kobayashi H1001: Grouping Method Using Graph Theory for Agricultural Workers Engaging in Manual.