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Mapping and exploiting the tea genome

Code: 9781838796099
Xinchao Wang, Xinyuan Hao, Lu Wang and Yajun Yang, Tea Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (TRI, CAAS), China

Chapter synopsis: Long-term cross-pollination has produced considerable heritable variation within and between populations of the tea plant and related species, resulting in a high level of genetic diversity. A good understanding and management of this pool of genetic diversity is of vital importance for crop improvement, since it directly affects the potential for genetic gain through selection. This chapter provides an overview of genetic diversity of tea plant and its characterization and utilization and examines the origins and global distribution of tea cultivars, assessing the current status of tea genetic resources. The chapter explains the processes of tea germplasm evaluation and characterization and examines the exploitation and utilization of the genetic diversity of tea, looking ahead to future research trends in this area for ensuring this diversity.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2017.0036.03
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Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Progress in genetic linkage map construction and qualitative trait locus (QTL) identification for the tea plant 3 The progress of functional genomics in exploiting genes associated with desirable traits 4 Progress in ‘omics’ research: overview and secondary metabolites 5 Progress in ‘omics’ research: stress response and dormancy 6 Conclusion and outlook 7 Where to look for further information 8 Acknowledgements 9 References

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