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PeaMUST (2012-2019) – Pea Multi-Stress adaptation and biological regulations for yield improvement and stability

Abstract : PeaMUST (2012-2019) is a large French national project whose objective is to develop novel pea varieties and optimize plant-symbiotic interactions for stabilized seed yield and quality, in the context of climate change and pesticide reduction. With the involvement of 28 partners from the public and private sectors, it will take advantage of NGS sequencing, genotyping and phenotyping technologies, to tackle the challenge of multiple stresses that penalize the performance of the pea crop.
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Judith Burstin, Marie-Laure Pilet-Nayel, Catherine Rameau, Richard Thompson, Françoise Labalette, et al.. PeaMUST (2012-2019) – Pea Multi-Stress adaptation and biological regulations for yield improvement and stability. 8. International Conference on Legume Genetics and Genomics (ICLGG), Noble Research Institute., Sep 2017, Siófok, Hungary. 128 p. ⟨hal-02734799⟩

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