1. The Structure of Plant Genomes.
2. The Basic Toolbox—Acquiring Functional Genomic Data.
3. Sequencing Strategies.
4. Gene Discovery.
5. Control of Gene Expression.
6. Functional Genomics.
7. Interactions with the External Environment.
8. Identification and Manipulation of Complex Traits.
10. Bioethical Concerns and the Future of Plant Genomics.
"…a comprehensive and clear introduction to the methods currently employed in plant molecular biology." (E-STREAMS, July 2004)
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