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- Gomez, L. D., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- BMC genetics 2016 v.17 no.1 pp. 56
- Solanum pennellii; alkali treatment; arabinose; biomass production; cell walls; cellulose; crops; digestibility; enzymatic hydrolysis; ethanol; feedstocks; food availability; fruit yield; fuels; genes; genotype; hemicellulose; introgression; lignin; phenotypic variation; saccharification; screening; selection methods; tomatoes; xylose
- ... BACKGROUND: Residual biomass production for fuel conversion represents a unique opportunity to avoid concerns about compromising food supply by using dedicated feedstock crops. Developing tomato varieties suitable for both food consumption and fuel conversion requires the establishment of new selection methods. RESULTS: A tomato Solanum pennellii introgression population was assessed for fruit yie ...
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