Chris Maliepaard

dr.ir.

    19952020
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    Medicine & Life Sciences

    Tetraploidy
    Solanum tuberosum
    Polyploidy
    Quantitative Trait Loci
    Haplotypes
    Population
    Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
    Breeding
    Genetic Linkage
    Alleles
    Genotype
    Metabolomics
    Diploidy
    Chromosomes
    Chrysanthemum
    Lycopersicon esculentum
    Genes
    Chromosome Pairing
    Likelihood Functions
    Organic Agriculture
    Chromosomes, Human, Pair 5
    Agaricus
    Genetic Recombination
    Genome-Wide Association Study
    Glucosinolates
    Genome
    Color
    Fruit
    Gene Regulatory Networks
    Capsicum
    Brassica rapa
    Plant Development
    Biofuels
    Catechin
    Agaricales
    Brassica
    Proteins
    Droughts
    Genetic Models
    Phytochemicals
    Malus
    Hordeum
    Chromosome Mapping
    Pollen
    Humidity
    Reporter Genes
    Anthocyanins
    Kenya
    Vegetables
    Lettuce

    Agriculture & Biology

    quantitative trait loci
    tetraploidy
    Rosa
    potatoes
    chromosome mapping
    breeding
    alleles
    chromosomes
    haplotypes
    spring barley
    Brassica rapa
    inheritance (genetics)
    gardens
    polyploidy
    single nucleotide polymorphism
    Hordeum vulgare
    genomics
    genome
    protein content
    Capsicum baccatum
    flowers
    linkage groups
    genes
    Rosa chinensis
    organic production
    base maps
    tubers
    germplasm
    diploidy
    Brassica
    thermal degradation
    Lactuca sativa
    chromosome pairing
    metabolomics
    lettuce
    genotype
    Chrysanthemum
    metabolites
    sweet peppers
    glucosinolates
    hexaploidy
    vigor
    transcriptome
    proteomics
    seed germination
    introgression
    water
    vegetables
    phenolic compounds
    phenotype