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Huntingdon, United Kingdom

la Mura M.,National Institute ofAgricultural Botany | Norris C.,National Institute ofAgricultural Botany | Sporle S.,National Institute ofAgricultural Botany | Jayaweera D.,National Institute ofAgricultural Botany | And 2 more authors.
Genome | Year: 2010

The Brassicaceae are targets for DNA manipulation to modify oil content and composition. However, any strategy for creating novel products using genetic modification or traditional breeding must take into account the potential for hybridization with other Brassica species, many of which are important sources of edible oils. In this study we have tested Brassica carinata, a possible target for oil modification, to establish whether it can cross with other Brassica species and related genera, and we have developed molecular DNA assays to confirm hybridization. Source

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