Genomic approaches to selection in outcrossing perennials: focus on essential oil crops
The yield of essential oil in commercially harvested perennial species (e.g. ‘Oil Mallee’ eucalypts, Tea Trees and Hop) is dependent on complex quantitative traits such as foliar oil concentration, biomass and adaptability. These often show large natu
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