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Soon O. Park, Hye Y. Hwang, and Kevin M. Crosby

bp ( Arumuganathan and Earle, 1991 ); genetic polymorphism ranges from 10% to 15% ( Staub et al., 1997 ) and genomic length is 2276 to 3250 cM ( Staub and Meglic, 1993 ). Pitrat (1991) developed a classical melon linkage map consisting of 28

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Ke Cao, Lirong Wang, Gengrui Zhu, Weichao Fang, Chenwen Chen, and Pei Zhao

. kansuensis ‘Honggengansutao’. A genetic linkage map was constructed by using SSR, SRAP, and RGA-sequence-tagged site (STS) markers for mapping RKN resistance. This map is a valuable tool for locating the regions involved in RKN resistance and for the

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Prashant Bhandari and Tong Geon Lee

shown). Therefore, this array is not readily suited for QTL linkage mapping and/or association studies, particularly genotyping populations derived from crosses between two large-fruited fresh-market tomatoes (S.F. Hutton, personal communication). The

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Jim C. Cervantes-Flores, G. Craig Yencho, Kenneth V. Pecota, Bryon Sosinski, and Robert O.M. Mwanga

). Second, this large mapping population was used to develop the most complete molecular linkage map in sweetpotato to date ( Cervantes-Flores et al., 2008 ); thus, this saturated map could be used for QTL detection. If the individual data points were

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Pei Xu, Tingting Hu, Yuejian Yang, Xiaohua Wu, Baogen Wang, Yonghua Liu, Dehui Qin, Jeffrey Ehlers, Timothy Close, Zhongfu Lu, and Guojing Li

control of both traits. Table 1. Segregation of flower and seedcoat color in an F 1 and recombinant inbred line population. Because only 96 lines of the RIL population were genotyped for linkage mapping ( Xu et al., 2011 ) within which Nos. 27 and 160

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De-Kun Dong, Jia-Shu Cao, Kai Shi, and Le-Cheng Liu

; Lincoln et al., 1992 ) was used to perform the linkage analysis. One hundred forty-one AFLP markers were grouped into 17 linkage groups at logarithm of odds (LOD) 3.0 and then ordered at LOD 2.0. Kosambi mapping function ( Kosambi, 1944 ) was used to

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Nina R.F. Castillo, Barbara M. Reed, Julie Graham, Felicidad Fernández-Fernández, and Nahla Victor Bassil

per primer pair. z Linkage mapping. For mapping in the ‘Glen Moy’ × ‘Latham’ (GM × L) population, primers were initially tested on the parents and 10 selected progeny. For polymorphic loci, one primer was fluorescently end-labeled with

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Ivan Simko and Jinguo Hu

The most common method for mapping genes in lettuce and other cultivated plant species is genetic linkage mapping. This approach involves generating populations derived from single crosses and estimating recombination frequencies between marker

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Thierry Pascal, Fred Pfeiffer, and Jocelyne Kervella

. The second was to assess linkage relationships between resistance to powdery mildew and two major genes brought by the peach rootstock cultivar Rubira® (clone S2605), used here as the powdery mildew-susceptible parent and homozygous, respectively, for

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Dario J. Chavez and José X. Chaparro

odds score 10. Map of the seedless locus Fs . Genetic distance (cM) between markers is presented on the left side of the linkage map using Kosambi's mapping function. Primer names are shown on the right by the operon primer code, linkage phase (r