Exploration of the yield potential of mesoamerican wild common beans from contrasting eco-geographic regions by nested recombinant inbred populations

Paul Gepts, Jorge Berny Mier Y Teran, Eneas Konzen, Siu Mui Tsai & Antonia Palkovic
Genetic analyzes and utilization of wild genetic variation in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) for crop improvement have been hampered by evaluation difficulties, identification of advantageous variation, and linkage drag. The lack of adaptation to field conditions and the existence of highly structured populations make association mapping of diversity panels not optimal. Joint linkage mapping of nested populations avoids the later constraint, while populations crossed with a common domesticated parent allow the evaluation of wild...
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