Wheat Omics: Advancements and Opportunities

2023-01-17 | journal article. A publication with affiliation to the University of Göttingen.

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​Wheat Omics: Advancements and Opportunities​
Sehgal, D.; Dhakate, P.; Ambreen, H.; Shaik, K. H. B.; Rathan, N. D.; Anusha, N. M. & Deshmukh, R. et al.​ (2023) 
Plants12(3).​ DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/plants12030426 

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Sehgal, Deepmala; Dhakate, Priyanka; Ambreen, Heena; Shaik, Khasim Hussain Baji; Rathan, Nagenahalli Dharmegowda; Anusha, Nayanahalli Munireddy; Deshmukh, Rupesh; Vikram, Prashant
Abstract
Plant omics, which includes genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics and proteomics, has played a remarkable role in the discovery of new genes and biomolecules that can be deployed for crop improvement. In wheat, great insights have been gleaned from the utilization of diverse omics approaches for both qualitative and quantitative traits. Especially, a combination of omics approaches has led to significant advances in gene discovery and pathway investigations and in deciphering the essential components of stress responses and yields. Recently, a Wheat Omics database has been developed for wheat which could be used by scientists for further accelerating functional genomics studies. In this review, we have discussed various omics technologies and platforms that have been used in wheat to enhance the understanding of the stress biology of the crop and the molecular mechanisms underlying stress tolerance.
Issue Date
17-January-2023
Journal
Plants 
eISSN
2223-7747
Language
English
Sponsor
CRP WHEAT
CIMMYT, Mexico
ICAR-World bank-funded NAHEP-CAAST project, India

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