Opinion Article - Journal of Genetics and Molecular Biology (2022) Volume 6, Issue 6
Identification of genetic variation in brassica oleracea.
Brassica oleracea incorporates a few morphologically different, financially vital vegetable crops, such as the cauliflower and cabbage. In any case, hereditary variations, particularly huge basic variations (SVs), that underlie the extraordinary morphological differing qualities of B. oleracea stay to a great extent unexplored. Auxiliary variations (SVs) counting additions, erasures, duplications, and translocations are plenteous all through plant genomes and are more likely to cause phenotype changes than single nucleotide polymorphismsAuthor(s): Vishwa Sarmah*