Recently, Dr. Luis M. Vaschetto and other leading scientists published an book named "Cereal Genomics“ in Springer Nature, introducing the methods and protocols in the field and compiling some of the latest molecular techniques for the analysis and manipulation of grass genomes. The book, along with other biology resources, is available for free download on MolecularCloud Free eBooks & Magazines section.
With the help of Dr. Luis M. Vaschetto, MolecularCloud also initiated a reward-winning campaign for this specific topic "Cereal Genomics", which attracted 45 participants and have been discussed by 16 users, 2 among which with the first perfect quiz score or the best comment have won the reward.
Winners of the Cereal Genomics Campaign
Congratulations to our winners! Each of the winners can choose one of the following gifts (a canvas bag, hoodie or $20 Amazon gift card):
The use of DNA polymerase
Hundreds of QTLs
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Q1: Which of the following is NOT a cereal crop? (1 mark)
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Q2: Which of the following factors is NOT decisive for the selection of cereal DNA isolation protocols? (2 marks)
Q3: Where can you find online genetic and phenotypic data on rice? (3 marks)
Q4: How many quantitative trait loci (QTLs) have been identified in agronomically important cereals so far? (4 marks)
Q5: When was the gold-standard wheat genome sequence IWGSC RefSeq v2.0 available online? (5 marks)