Applications and Advantages of Molecular Markers in Plants

Mamta Singh

Abstract


Genetic improvement of crop plant through conventional plant breeding has made tremendous contribution to the breakthrough in the global agricultural production. Recently, arrays of tools and techniques in the fields of molecular biology have become available for supplementing the conventional genetic approaches.

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