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In the second volume of this three-volume series, leading researchers in genomics and agriculure present a general discussion on the fundamentals of molecular breeding and applications of molecular markers for germplasm characterization, They investigate basic concepts and the application of molecular mapping and breeding to create improved yield and quality, as well as desired related component traits; limiting biotic and abiotic stresses; and improving physiological traits of economic importance.
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About the Author
Kate E Thompson is a Seattle author, a Hedgebrook Writers in Residence alumna, book artist and graphic designer and has been a freelance journalist, editor, event planner and bookstore owner. She studied creative writing, poetry and art at the University of Washington and earned a degree in English while working at her daughters' elementary school. Her interests range from the 19th century woman's experience to genealogy to making handcrafted books. She's especially fond of reading old letters and diaries. She stops at all bookstores, art galleries and historical museums. Her dog, Ali, a Goldendoodle, is her loyal writing companion. Kate is the author of Bigfoot Hunters Never Lie, and a contributing author in New Halem Tales - 13 Stories from 5 NW Authors, available in paper and digital from Amazon and TwoNewfs Publishing. Currently, she is working on her second novel, A Family of Forgetters, a historical fiction, coming of age story about a Danish girl in 19th century Salt Lake City, Utah.