The Plant Genome
Featured: Genomic Selection for Wheat Quality
To feed the growing human population, wheat lines must be bred for improved yield potential and acceptable processing and end-use quality to ensure proper production for various foods. Battenfield et al. apply genomic selection as a method for predicting wheat quality using genome-wide DNA markers in a large, international wheat breeding program in an article published in the July issue of The Plant Genome. >>
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My research was published -- Now what?
Start a conversation around your research and improve impact with our new guidelines. >>
Support Your Colleagues and Journals by Reviewing Manuscripts
The Editors-in-Chief of ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, and Director of Publications make a case for why you should take the time to provide timely and thorough reviews for Society journals. >>
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About The Plant Genome
The Plant Genome is an international electronic journal published by the Crop Science Society of America. The goal of The Plant Genome is to provide the readership with a short submission-to-online publication of the latest advances and breakthroughs in plant genomics research. Impact Factor: 3.933; Online ISSN: 1940-3372