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    Most of our current knowledge on plant molecular biology is based on experiments in controlled laboratory environments. However, translating this knowledge from the laboratory to the field is often not straightforward, in part because field growth conditions are very different from laboratory conditions. Here, we test a new experimental design to unravel the molecular wiring of plants and ...

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  • Bulk to Individuality: Specifying Plants' Cellular ...

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    Jan 31, 2018· With respect to lipid metabolism in maize, a recent effort based on the integration of the findings from (i) a GWAS of fatty acids using 368 maize inbred lines, (ii) QTL mapping of oil concentration and composition in the maize kernel of maize, using a B73 × By804 recombinant inbred ine (RIL) population, and (iii) a co-expression network based ...

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