The Pine Genomes

The Pine Genomes

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This book is the first comprehensive compilation of the most up-to-date research in the genomics, transcriptomics, and breeding of pine species across Europe, North America, and Australia. With chapters on the state of the reference genomes, transposon function, genome-wide diversity, functional genomics, genomics of disease resistance, genomics of abiotic stress, and genomic selection, this book is a must-read for scientists, breeders, and students of plant genomics. The book contains 12 chapters over 300 pages authored by a group of world-renowned scientists in the field of pine genomics.

Pines (Pinus) are the world's most economically important forest tree species. The recent genome sequencing of several important pine species has paved the way for understanding their complex biology and helps future management and breeding efforts.

Chapter 1. Advances in The Genomic and Transcriptomic Sequencing of North American Pines
Chapter 2. Advances in Genetic Mapping in Pines
Chapter 3. Transposable Elements in Pines
Chapter 4. Genomics of Climate Adaptation in <i>Pinus Lambertiana
</i>Chapter 5. Maritime Pine Genomics in Focus
Chapter 6. Understanding the Genetic Architecture of Complex Traits in Loblolly Pine
Chapter 7. Genomics of Disease Resistance in Loblolly Pine
Chapter 8. Genomic Advances in Research on Genetic Resistance to White Pine Blister Rust in North American White Pines
Chapter 9. Functional Genomics of Mediterranean Pines
Chapter 10. <i>Pinus Sylvestris </i>as a Reference Plant Species in Radiation Research: Transcriptomics of Trees from the Chernobyl Zone
Chapter 11. Genomic Selection in Scots (<i>Pinus Sylvestris</i>) and Radiata <i>(Pinus Radiata) </i>Pines
Chapter 12. Community-Based Genome Resource Needs in Pines.
ISBN 978-3-030-93389-0
Artikelnummer 9783030933890
Medientyp Buch
Auflage 1st ed. 2022
Copyrightjahr 2022
Verlag Springer, Berlin
Umfang XXV, 254 Seiten
Abbildungen XXV, 254 p. 36 illus., 34 illus. in color.
Sprache Englisch