Anikó Veres

Title of paper: Molecular markers as possible tools for gene conservation

Anikó Veres is an associate professor of Hungarian University of Agricultural and Life Sciences. She is the leader of the MSc course in Agricultural Biotechnology and the deputy director of the education of the Institute of Genetics and Biotechnology. Her research is focused on molecular taxonomy, identification of markers linked to economically important traits, molecular fingerprinting, marker-based selection, identification and functional analysis of genes of different species. With the staff of Molecular Genetics and Breeding Group she works on the characterization of DNA fingerprint and pedigree analysis of grape, apple, melon, cherries, sour cherries, apricot and peach genetic resources that are autochthonous in Hungary and cultivated in the Carpathian Basin for centuries.


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