Vol. 5, Issue 5 (2017)
Molecular markers: A new frontier approaches in crop improvement
Author(s): Munnesh Kumar, Sharad V Pawar, Prahalad Masurkar and SM Choudhary
Abstract: Over the past few decades, functional genomics research of plants have been screened entirely rising a revolution in the area of plant biotechnology. molecular markers are a new emerging trends for estimation of genomics and another omics. Now it is a recent frontier tools in crop improvements. The unique significant of molecular markers in development in the area of molecular based genetics and plant breeding. The molecular markers classified tremendous types and differences in their principals and methodologies and applications. In this article we attempt to review most of the different molecular markers that can be regularly utilised in different aspects of dissection of plant genome such as measuring of genetic diversity, gene tagging, QTL,S analysis phylogenetic analysis, DNA fingerprinting, mapping of genome, analysis of genome crop evolution, and plant genetic resources, population genetics, plant taxonomy, plant breeding, plant disease diagnostics, forensic markers assisted selection, recurrent selection, genome wide section, gene introgression, backcrossing, gene pyramiding and estimation of molecular heterosis. In this review molecular trades increasing crop production and while same time reducing crop failure for sustainability of crops.
Pages: 1724-1729 | 281 Views 28 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Munnesh Kumar, Sharad V Pawar, Prahalad Masurkar, SM Choudhary. Molecular markers: A new frontier approaches in crop improvement. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(5):1724-1729.