Browsing Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig / Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences by Author "Langridge, Peter"

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  • Powell, Wayne; Caldwell, Katherine S.; Langridge, Peter (2004)
    The ancestral shared synteny concept has been advocated as an approach to positionally clone genes from complex genomes. However, the unified grass genome model and the study of grasses as a single syntenic genome is a ...
  • Russell, Joanne; Powell, Wayne; Caldwell, Katherine S.; Langridge, Peter (2006)
    In human genetics a detailed knowledge of linkage disequilibrium (LD) is considered a prerequisite for effective population-based, high-resolution gene mapping and cloning. Similar opportunities exist for plants; however, ...
  • Jones, Huw D; Sparks, Caroline A. (Springer Nature, 2009)
    This chapter provides an overview of the main steps in the process to produce stably transformed plants. Most transformation methods use tissue culture to recover adult plants from regenerable explants and can be divided ...
  • Jones, Huw D; Doherty, Angela; Sparks, Caroline A. (Springer Nature, 2009)
    Transient expression in plants is a valuable tool for many aspects of functional genomics and promoter testing. It can be used both to over-express and to silence candidate genes. It is also scaleable and provides a viable ...
  • Powell, Wayne; Langridge, Peter (2004-06-14)
    Genome-level studies are contributing to a major renaissance in crop science. In wheat, there are now more than 500,000 expressed sequence tags, and these are being used in conjunction with specially designed deletion ...

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