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Volume 125 Issue 6, December 2020

Volume 125 Issue 6

Special Issue: Plant Quantitative Genetics: from Theory into Practice Quantitative genetics underpins plant breeding and understanding of trait variation. The increasing availability of high densities of genetic markers, genome sequences and advanced germplasm resources in most plant species, including major crops, presents many new opportunities for accelerated breeding. This special issue brings together a collection of papers looking at opportunities and applications of quantitative genetics in a range of plant species.

Guest editors:Alison R. Bentley, The John Bingham Laboratory, NIAB and Lindsey J. Compton, School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham

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