Mark G.M. Aarts

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Plant Genetics University of Wageningen 
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Wang Y, Severing EI, Koornneef M, et al. (2020) and Are Key Regulators of Flowering Time in the Biennial/Perennial Species . Frontiers in Plant Science. 11: 582577
Flood PJ, Theeuwen TPJM, Schneeberger K, et al. (2020) Reciprocal cybrids reveal how organellar genomes affect plant phenotypes. Nature Plants. 6: 13-21
Kozhevnikova AD, Seregin IV, Aarts MGM, et al. (2020) Intra-specific variation in zinc, cadmium and nickel hypertolerance and hyperaccumulation capacities in Noccaea caerulescens Plant and Soil. 452: 479-498
El-Soda M, Neris Moreira C, Goredema-Matongera N, et al. (2019) QTL and candidate genes associated with leaf anion concentrations in response to phosphate supply in Arabidopsis thaliana. Bmc Plant Biology. 19: 410
Gorter FA, Aarts MGM, Zwaan BJ, et al. (2017) Local Fitness Landscapes Predict Yeast Evolutionary Dynamics in Directionally Changing Environments. Genetics
Gorter FA, Derks MFL, van den Heuvel J, et al. (2017) Genomics of Adaptation Depends on the Rate of Environmental Change in Experimental Yeast Populations. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 34: 2613-2626
Thoen MP, Davila Olivas NH, Kloth KJ, et al. (2016) Genetic architecture of plant stress resistance: multi-trait genome-wide association mapping. The New Phytologist
Flood PJ, Kruijer W, Schnabel SK, et al. (2016) Phenomics for photosynthesis, growth and reflectance in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals circadian and long-term fluctuations in heritability. Plant Methods. 12: 14
El-Soda M, Kruijer W, Malosetti M, et al. (2015) Quantitative trait loci and candidate genes underlying genotype by environment interaction in the response of Arabidopsis thaliana to drought. Plant, Cell & Environment. 38: 585-99
Zuluaga DL, van Ommen Kloeke AEE, Verkerk R, et al. (2015) Biofumigation using a wild Brassica oleracea accession with high glucosinolate content affects beneficial soil invertebrates Plant and Soil
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