Andrea Patocchi focuses on Genetics, Apple scab, Malus, Venturia inaequalis and Malus floribunda. Her work in Genetics tackles topics such as RAPD which are related to areas like Major gene. Andrea Patocchi interconnects Biotechnology and Resistance in the investigation of issues within Apple scab.
Her Malus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantitative trait locus, Plant disease resistance and Genotype. The various areas that Andrea Patocchi examines in her Venturia inaequalis study include Genetic linkage and Molecular marker. Her Botany study incorporates themes from Fire blight and Marker-assisted selection.
Andrea Patocchi spends much of her time researching Genetics, Venturia inaequalis, Apple scab, Malus and Botany. Her study in Gene, Microsatellite, Genetic marker, Locus and Genome are all subfields of Genetics. Her Venturia inaequalis research incorporates themes from Plant disease resistance, Molecular marker, Biotechnology, Genetic linkage and Gene mapping.
Andrea Patocchi is interested in Malus floribunda, which is a branch of Apple scab. Her work carried out in the field of Malus brings together such families of science as Quantitative trait locus and Genetically modified organism. While the research belongs to areas of Botany, Andrea Patocchi spends her time largely on the problem of Horticulture, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Cisgenesis.
Her primary areas of investigation include Cultivar, Horticulture, Cisgenesis, Fire blight and Genetics. In general Horticulture, her work in Apple scab and Seedling is often linked to Galaxy linking many areas of study. Her Apple scab study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Malus.
As part of one scientific family, Andrea Patocchi deals mainly with the area of Malus, narrowing it down to issues related to the Genome, and often Quantitative trait locus. Her research on Genetics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Venturia inaequalis. Her work deals with themes such as Botany and Locus, which intersect with Plant disease resistance.
Andrea Patocchi mainly focuses on Quantitative trait locus, Cultivar, Fire blight, Plant disease resistance and Genomics. She regularly links together related areas like Malus in her Quantitative trait locus studies. Her studies in Cultivar integrate themes in fields like Epistasis, Pedigree chart, Allele, Erwinia and Single-nucleotide polymorphism.
Fire blight is a subfield of Genetics that Andrea Patocchi investigates. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Shoot, Agronomy, Resistance, Plant breeding and PEAR. Her research integrates issues of Biotechnology and Germplasm in her study of Genomics.
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Microsatellite markers spanning the apple ( Malus x domestica Borkh.) genome
E. Silfverberg-Dilworth;C. L. Matasci;W. E. Van de Weg;M. P. W. Van Kaauwen.
Tree Genetics & Genomes (2006)
The HcrVf2 gene from a wild apple confers scab resistance to a transgenic cultivated variety
Enrico Belfanti;Eve Silfverberg-Dilworth;Stefano Tartarini;Andrea Patocchi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Venturia inaequalis Resistance in Apple
C. Gessler;A. Patocchi;Silviero Sansavini;Stefano Tartarini.
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences (2006)
Apple contains receptor-like genes homologous to the Cladosporium fulvum resistance gene family of tomato with a cluster of genes cosegregating with Vf apple scab resistance.
Boris A. Vinatzer;Andrea Patocchi;Luca Gianfranceschi;Stefano Tartarini.
Molecular Plant-microbe Interactions (2001)
QTL mapping of fire blight resistance in apple
Muhammad A. Khan;Brion Duffy;Cesare Gessler;Andrea Patocchi.
Molecular Breeding (2006)
Application of a high‐speed breeding technology to apple (Malus × domestica) based on transgenic early flowering plants and marker‐assisted selection
Henryk Flachowsky;Pierre-Marie Le Roux;Andreas Peil;Andrea Patocchi.
New Phytologist (2011)
Molecular markers linked to the apple scab resistance gene Vbj derived from Malus baccata jackii
Michel Gygax;Luca Gianfranceschi;Luca Gianfranceschi;Robert Liebhard;Markus Kellerhals.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2004)
Isolation of two microsatellite markers from BAC clones of the Vf scab resistance region and molecular characterization of scab‐resistant accessions in Malus germplasm*
Boris Alexander Vinatzer;Boris Alexander Vinatzer;A. Patocchi;Stefano Tartarini;L. Gianfranceschi.
Plant Breeding (2004)
Bayesian QTL analyses using pedigreed families of an outcrossing species, with application to fruit firmness in apple
M. C. A. M. Bink;J. Jansen;M. Madduri;R. E. Voorrips.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2014)
Identification by genome scanning approach (GSA) of a microsatellite tightly associated with the apple scab resistance gene Vm
Andrea Patocchi;M. Walser;Stefano Tartarini;Giovanni A.L. Broggini.
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