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cDNA-AFLP analysis on transcripts associated with bolting in
Premature bolting, caused by low temperature in spring and summer cultivation in low land and high land respectively, leads to reduction of the yield and quality of the harvested products in Chinese cabbage. Therefore, exploring genes involved in vernalization response is important to the improvement of Chinese cabbage varieties. Here, one extremely early bolting line (DH-54) and one extremely late bolting line (DH-43) were employed, and the cDNA-AFLP approach was used to identify keydoi:10.3724/sp.j.1005.2009.00755 pmid:19586882 fatcat:3g4bytyapfbv7ojvphwvjo7gj4