Plant Breeding Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Plant Breeding

Research Paper Topics for Masters and PhD Thesis and publication.

  1. Food system actor perspectives on future-proofing European food systems through plant breeding
  2. Improvement of soybean; A way forward transition from genetic engineering to new plant breeding technologies
  3. Efficacy of plant breeding using genomic information
  4. European consumer and societal stakeholders’ response to crop improvements and new plant breeding techniques
  5. Consumer Evaluation of Novel Plant-Breeding Technologies: A Decision-Focused Research Agenda
  6. Understanding plant development for plant breeding
  7. Applications and Prospects of CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Base Editing in Plant Breeding
  8. Cultivating Responsible Plant Breeding Strategies: Conceptual and Normative Commitments in Data-Intensive Agriculture
  9. Smart Plant Breeding for Potato in the Post-genomics Era
  10. Use of Molecular Technologies in Plant Breeding
  11. Plant Breeding: Its Evolution and Recent Trends
  12. Regulatory Aspects of the Seed Business in Relation to Plant Breeding
  13. Market-Driven Plant Breeding for Practicing Breeders
  14. Designing Plant Breeding Programs for Targeted Deliveries
  16. Germplasm Management in Commercial Plant Breeding Programs
  17. Product Development in Market-Driven Plant Breeding
  18. Growth parameters of backcross-derived Elaeis oleifera (Kunth) Cortés from Taisha – Ecuador and their potential for plant breeding in oil palm
  19. Are CRISPR/Cas genome editing techniques the future of plant breeding?
  20. BREEDIT: Fast breeding tools to match the fast pace of climate change
  21. Digitalization of potato breeding program: Improving data collection and management
  22. Engineering plant microbiomes by integrating eco-evolutionary principles into current strategies
  23. Breeders’ Role in Supporting Allied Functions in the Seed Business
  24. Simulations of rate of genetic gain in dry bean breeding programs
  25. Enhancing Spinacia oleracea L. Breeding in the Post Genomics Era
  26. CropBooster‐P: Towards a roadmap for plant research to future‐proof crops in Europe
  27. New techniques for breeding maize (Zea mays) varieties with fall armyworm resistance and market‐preferred traits for sub‐Saharan Africa
  28. Breeding Strategies of Beetroot and a Future Vision in the Post-genomic Era’
  29. Maintenance Breeding
  30. The Utilization of Speed Breeding and Genome Editing to Achieve Zero Hunger
  31. Potential of Pigmented Rice Variety Cempo Ireng in Rice Breeding Program for Improving Food Sustainability
  32. Advances in Lettuce (Lactuca spp.) Molecular Breeding Strategies
  33. Advances in Summer Squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) Molecular Breeding Strategies
  34. Inbred Line Development and Hybrid Breeding
  35. Melon (Cucumis melo L.): Genomics and Breeding
  36. Genomics-Assisted Breeding for Abiotic Stress in Pisum Crop
  37. Essentials of plant breeding
  38. Is it only the regulatory status? Broadening the debate on cisgenic plants
  39. Genomic selection and its research progress in aquaculture breeding
  40. Advances in Potato Breeding for Abiotic Stress Tolerance
  41. The Impact of NI Vavilov on the Conservation and Use of Plant Genetic Resources in Scandinavia: A Review
  42. Spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) Breeding: From Classical to Genomics-Centric Approach
  43. An overview of genome engineering in plants, including its scope, technologies, progress and grand challenges
  44. Quantitative trait loci mapping of maize (Zea mays) ear traits under low‐phosphorus stress
  45. Genetics and Breeding of Fruit Trees
  46. Molecular Marker Assisted Breeding of a New Japonica Hybrid Rice ‘Shenyou28’with Good Quality and Disease Resistance
  47. Bayesian model averaging to improve the yield prediction in wheat breeding trials
  48. To tolerate drought or resist aphids? A new challenge to plant science is on the horizon
  49. Integrated Use of Molecular and Omics Approaches for Breeding High Yield and Stress Resistance Chili Peppers
  50. Genetic Diversity, Conservation, and Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources
  51. Opportunity and challenges of phenotyping plant salt tolerance
  52. Combining ability of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) genotypes for root traits across diverse environments
  53. The Role of Epigenetic Transcriptional Regulation in Brassica Vegetables: A Potential Resource for Epigenetic Breeding
  54. Genetic resources in asparagus: diversity and relationships in a collection from different origins and breeding status
  55. Plants detect and adapt, but do not feel
  56. Molecular breeding for the development of drought stress tolerance in soybean
  57. Artificial Polyploidy in Plants, Volume II
  58. Breeding and Genomic Approaches towards Development of Fusarium Wilt Resistance in Chickpea
  59. UAV remote sensing for the spatial differentiated assessment of plant traits based on multispectral images
  60. Genetic clustering, and diversity of African panel of released common bean genotypes and breeding lines
  61. Improved strategy of screening tolerant genotypes in drought stress based on a new program in R-language: a practical triticale breeding program
  62. Shortening generation times for winter cereals by vernalizing seedlings from young embryos at 10 degree Celsius
  63. Progress in the Methods of Jujube Breeding
  64. Parent genome contribution and its relationship with grain yield in backcross‐derived lines of soybean (Glycine max)
  65. Low-cost and automated phenotyping system “Phenomenon” for multi-sensor in situ monitoring in plant in vitro culture
  66. WHIRLY protein functions in plants
  67. Genetic loci and candidate genes with pleiotropic effects for tofu and soymilk weights across multiple environments in soybean (Glycine max)
  68. Current Overview of Breeding and Genomic Studies of White Button Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus)
  69. An advanced breeding approach toward Sorghum improvement
  70. Phenomics for Komatsuna plant growth tracking using deep learning approach
  71. The Effect of Different Hormonal Treatments on Callus Formation and Bulblet Regeneration from Endosperm Tissue of Persian Shallot Plant
  72. Accelerated Breeding for Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) through Doubled Haploidy: An Insight on Past and Future Prospects in the Era of Genome Editing
  73. Recent advances in molecular marker technology for QTL mapping in plants
  74. Breeding crops for drought-affected environments and improved climate resilience
  76. A necessary considering factor for breeding: growth-defense tradeoff in plants
  77. Plant genetic resources for the 21st century: the OMICS era
  78. Graph-based pan-genomes: increased opportunities in plant genomics
  79. Epigenetics for Crop Improvement: Challenges and Opportunities with Emphasis on Wheat
  80. The role of membrane transporters in the biofortification of zinc and iron in plants
  81. Analysis on SSR loci in transcriptome and development of EST-SSR molecular markers in Lonicera macranthoides
  82. Understandings and future challenges in soybean functional genomics and molecular breeding
  83. Big Data Revolution and Machine Learning to Solve Genetic Mysteries in Crop Breeding
  84. Quantitative traits of interest in apple breeding and their implications for selection
  85. Maize Breeding for Low Nitrogen Inputs in Agriculture: Mechanisms Underlying the Tolerance to the Abiotic Stress
  86. New insights into high soil strength and crop plants; implications for grain crop production in the Australian environment
  87. Candidate loci for breeding compact plant-type soybean varieties
  88. Genetic insights in pearl millet breeding in the genomic era: challenges and prospects
  89. Era of gapless plant genomes: innovations in sequencing and mapping technologies revolutionize genomics and breeding
  90. Identification of Arabidopsis thaliana haploid plants by counting the chloroplast numbers in stomatal guard cells
  91. A Critical Approach of Plant Tissue Culture for Rural Economy
  92. Morphological Variation in Normal Maize Landrace Accessions Collected from South Sudan
  93. Population structure and genetic diversity of a germplasm for hybrid breeding in rye (Secale cereale L.) using high-density DArTseq-based silicoDArT and …
  94. Global dispersal and diversity of rust fungi in the context of plant health
  95. Genome-Wide Association Study and Genomic Prediction on Plant Architecture Traits in Sweet Corn and Waxy Corn
  96. Getting better all the time—recent progress in the development of CRISPR/Cas-based tools for plant genome engineering
  97. Testing the Validity of CV for Single-Plant Yield in the Absence of Competition as a Homeostasis Index
  98. Recent progress in molecular breeding approaches to improve drought tolerance in barley
  99. Genome Size, Flowering, and Breeding Compatibility in Osmanthus Accessions
  100. Diversity of tomato leaf form provides novel insights into breeding
  101. Genetic diversity analysis of sorghum genotypes for sustainable genetic resource conservation and its implication for breeding program in ethiopia
  102. Enhancing quinoa cultivation in the Andean highlands of Peru: a breeding strategy for improved yield and early maturity adaptation to climate change using …
  103. AgroGenome: Interactive Genomic-Based Web Server Developed Based on Data Collected for Accessions Stored in Polish Genebank
  105. Multi-Omics Approaches for Breeding in Medicinal Plants
  106. Molecular breeding for improving yield in maize: Recent advances and future perspectives
  107. Plant metabolic networks under stress: a multi-species/stress condition meta-analysis
  108. Insight into Carrot Carotenoids in Post-genomic World for Higher Nutrition
  109. Evaluation of biochemical and molecular response of onion breeding lines to drought and salt stresses
  110. Biotechnological Implications in Tomato for Drought Stress Tolerance
  111. Mechanisms of thermotolerance in crops
  112. Impact of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses on Onion Production: Potential Mitigation Approaches in Modern Era
  113. Technological lock-in in action: Appraisal and policy commitment in Argentina’s seed sector
  114. Ash Gourd Genomics: Achievements, Challenges and Future Perspectives
  115. Improvement of Vegetables Through Molecular Breeding in Changing Climate Scenario
  116. Screening for yield-related agronomic traits in a panel of locally conserved common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) accessions
  117. Multi-scale modelling predicts plant stem bending behaviour in response to wind to inform lodging resistance
  118. Recent developments in plant-downy mildew interactions
  119. Assessment of genetic variability, correlation and path coefficient analysis for yield and its attributing traits in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
  120. Understanding the Genetics and Genomics of Vegetable Grafting to Ensure Yield Stability
  121. DNNGP, a deep neural network-based method for genomic prediction using multi-omics data in plants
  122. Physiological and biochemical adaptive traits support the specific breeding of alfalfa (Medicago sativa) for severely drought‐stressed or moisture‐favourable …
  123. … of the field performance of progenies obtained by a non-vernalization-grafting floral induction method in terms of application to cabbage breeding and seed production
  124. RicePedigree: Rice Pedigree Database for Documentation and Assistance in Rice Breeding
  125. Flooding tolerance in Rice: adaptive mechanism and marker-assisted selection breeding approaches
  126. Recent progression and future perspectives in cotton genomic breeding
  127. CRC handbook of plant science in agriculture
  128. Evaluation of elite soybean (Glycine max L.) genotypes for nitrogen nutrition, water use efficiency and grain yield in the Guinea Savanna Agro Ecological Zone …
  129. Making headway toward enduring changes: perspectives on breeding tree crops through genome editing
  130. Adaptability and stability models in promising genotype selection for hybrid breeding of sun cured tobacco
  131. Enhancing cowpea production through breeding efforts for aphid (aphis crassivora koch) resistance: a review
  132. Reintroducing genetic diversity in populations from cryopreserved material: The case of Abondance, a French local dairy cattle breed
  133. EURISCO update 2023: the European Search Catalogue for Plant Genetic Resources, a pillar for documentation of genebank material
  134. Computational intelligence to study the importance of characteristics in flood-irrigated rice
  136. Nutritional and phytochemical characterization of taro [Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott] germplasm from Burkina Faso
  137. Polyploidy: its consequences and enabling role in plant diversification and evolution
  138. Identification and Pathogenic Diversity of Rice False Smut Pathogen and Their Resistance Resources for Future Breeding
  139. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF): A Potential Friend of Crop Plants to Deal with Salinity
  140. Applications of Genome Editing Techniques for the Improvement of Medicinal Plants
  142. Discovering Loci for Breeding Prospective and Phenology in Wheat Mediterranean Landraces by Environmental and eigenGWAS
  143. Bitki Koruma Bülteni/Plant Protection Bulletin
  144. Genotyping and phenotyping of grape tomato hybrids aiming at possible genitors for breeding program
  145. Beyond the Genome: Genetically Modified Crops in Africa and the Implications for Genome Editing
  146. Food and Nutritional Security: Innovative Approaches for Improving Micronutrient Use Efficiency in Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) Under Hostile Soils
  147. Envirome-wide associations enhance multi-year genome-based prediction of historical wheat breeding data
  148. Plants’ responses under drought stress conditions: Effects of strategic management approaches—A review
  149. Seed Production Research
  150. Cisgenesis: An European Union (EU) Perspective
  152. Rajender Singh, Saurabh Singh, Babita Kumari
  153. Comparison of genotypic and phenotypic selection of breeding parents in a carrot (Daucus carota) germplasm collection
  154. Social acceptability of cisgenic plants: Public perception, consumer preferences, and legal regulation
  155. Karyotype and nuclear DNA content analyses of Korean native Hibiscus ‘Gangneung’ and ‘Baekryungdo’ using fluorescence in situ hybridization and flow cytometry
  156. Research Progress of Plant Nucleotide-Binding Leucine-Rich Repeat Protein
  157. Cisgenesis: A Promising Alternative Crop Improvement Technology for Biodiversity, Environment and Ecosystem Risks Associated with Transgenics
  158. Gene Editing for Plant Resistance to Abiotic Factors: A Systematic Review
  159. Haplotype mining panel for genetic dissection and breeding in Eucalyptus
  160. Egyptian Cucumber Germplasm Genetic Diversity as An Approach for Developing Novel Hybrids under Heat Stress Conditions
  161. Journal of Plant Production
  162. The Main Morphological Characteristics and Chemical Components of Fruits and the Possibilities of Their Improvement in Raspberry Breeding
  163. CRISPR-edited plants by grafting
  164. Integration of multi-modal proximal remote sensing data for improved prediction of agronomically important crop traits
  165. CISGENESIS AND CISGENIC CROPS: Need for a Paradigm Shift in Harnessing and Governance
  166. Male sterility and hybrid breeding in soybean
  167. Towards Responsible Plant Data Linkage: Data Challenges for Agricultural Research and Development
  168. Getting defensive: Kinase MPK3 offers a target for breeding Fusarium-resistant barley
  169. Haploid male fertility is restored by parallel spindle genes in Arabidopsis thaliana
  170. Potential Parents for Developing Climate-Resilient Sugarcane Varieties in India: A Breeding Perspective
  171. Siderophore Production in Iron Uptake and Plant Biofortification
  172. Preliminary dissection of grain yield and related traits at differential nitrogen levels in diverse pre-breeding wheat germplasm through association mapping
  173. Karyotyping of green, yellow and red matoa (Pometia pinnata JR Forst. & G. Forst.) from Central Java, Indonesia
  174. Integrating genomics and genome editing for orphan crop improvement: a bridge between orphan crops and modern agriculture system
  175. Deciphering host plant resistance mechanisms of rice genotypes resistant against Brown Planthopper
  176. Differential Accumulation of sHSPs Isoforms during Desiccation of the Resurrection Plant Haberlea rhodopensis Friv. under Optimal and High Temperature
  177. Effects of Polyploidy on Physiological Performance of Acclimatized Solanum betaceum Cav. Plants under Water Deficit
  178. Genetic variation for seed retention in accessions and genotypic lines of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)
  179. Soybean seed protein content is lower but protein quality is higher in Western Canada compared with Eastern Canada
  180. The Role of Cuttings in Silki Breeding
  181. Assessment of Genetic Diversity, Micromorphology and Antimicrobial Activity in Nepeta cataria L.
  182. Beyond the Genome: Genetically Modified Crops in Africa and the Implications for Genome Editing
  183. An Economic Method to Identify Cultivars and Elite Lines in Radish (Raphanus sativus L.) for Small Seed Companies and Independent Breeders
  184. Crop improvement against Colletotrichum truncatum using molecular breeding approaches
  185. Applied biotechnological approaches for reducing yield gap in melon grown under saline and drought stresses: an overview
  186. Apricot breeding for multiple resistance to Plum pox virus and Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus
  187. Non-invasive evaluation of Ascochyta blight disease severity in chickpea using field asymmetric ion mobility spectrometry and hyperspectral imaging techniques
  188. Genetic monitoring of Indian rice (Oryza sativa) cultivars over decadal periods employing gene-specific markers and yield component traits
  189. Multi-Environment Trials and Stability Analysis for Yield-Related Traits of Commercial Rice Cultivars
  190. A statistical perspective of gene set analysis with trait-specific QTL in molecular crop breeding
  191. Pedigree‐management‐flight interaction for temporal phenotype analysis and temporal phenomic prediction
  192. Rhizobacterial-mediated tolerance to plants upon abiotic stresses
  193. Data, duplication, and decentralisation: Gene bank management in the 1980s and 1990s
  194. The ‘Edge Effect’Phenomenon in Plants: Morphological, Biochemical and Mineral Characteristics of Border Tissues
  195. Yield stability and relationships among parameters in maize
  196. Sustainable Agriculture in the Era of the OMICs Revolution
  197. Novel SNP Markers and Their Application in Low-Cyanide Cassava (Manihot esculenta crantz) Breeding Program
  198. Preface: The 5th International Conference on Agriculture and Life Science 2021 (ICALS 2021)
  199. GWAS atlas: an updated knowledgebase integrating more curated associations in plants and animals
  200. Epigenomics in stress tolerance of plants under the climate change