Anna Hawliczek

Anna Hawliczek
Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW | SGGW · Department of Plant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Background Loss of genetic variation negatively impacts breeding efforts and food security. Genebanks house over 7 million accessions representing vast allelic diversity that is a resource for sustainable breeding. Discovery of DNA variations is an important step in the efficient use of these resources. While technologies have improved and costs dr...
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Loss of genetic variation negatively impacts breeding efforts and food security. Genebanks house over 7 million accessions representing vast allelic diversity that is a resource for sustainable breeding. Discovery of DNA variations is an important step in the efficient use of these resources. While technologies have improved and costs dropped, it r...
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Identification of bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones containing specific sequences is a prerequisite for many applications, such as physical map anchoring or gene cloning. Existing BAC library screening strategies are either low-throughput or require a considerable initial input of resources for platform establishment. We describe a high-...
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The PPR-B gene is responsible for male-fertility restoration of the Ogura-type male-sterile radish plants, and it is located in the complex Rfo locus in the vicinity of similar PPR-A gene and PPR-C pseudogene. The aim of this study was to identify PPR-B alleles and understand the structure of the Rfo locus in radish breeding lines. Five lines of ra...

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