Peach-fruit_quality-GWAS-Linge-2021

Project Overview
Project Name Peach-fruit_quality-GWAS-Linge-2021
Analysis id 154
Description A multi-locus genome wide association study (GWAS) of 620 individuals from three public fresh market peach breeding programs (Arkansas, Texas, and South Carolina). The material was genotyped using 9K SNP array and the traits were phenotyped for three phenological (bloom date, ripening date, and days after bloom) and 11 fruit quality-related traits (blush, fruit diameter, fruit weight, adherence, fruit firmness, redness around pit, fruit texture, pit weight, soluble solid concentration, titratable acidity, and pH) over three seasons (2010, 2011, and 2012).
Project type GWAS
Crop peach
Contact
NameDetails
Ksenija Gasic
Description:fruit quality, abiotic and biotic tolerance /resistance
First name:Ksenija
Last name:Gasic
Title:Assistant professor
Institution:Clemson University
Address:112 BRC/ 51 New Cherry Rd, Clemson Sc 29634
Country:USA
Email:kgasic@clemson.edu
Phone:864.656.3664.
Fax:864-656-4960
Keywords:Traditional and molecular plant breeding