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Hai-fei Yan, Xue-jun Ge, Chi-ming Hu, and Gang Hao

. obconica , suggesting that wild ones might be a potential resource for horticultural uses. Besides, attention to its adaptation to various habitats will facilitate discovering and cultivating more new horticultural characteristics. Nuclear microsatellite

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Li Lu, Kirk W. Pomper, Jeremiah D. Lowe, and Sheri B. Crabtree

. Microsatellite-enriched libraries and primer design. Genetic Identification Services (GIS, Chatsworth, CA) constructed pawpaw genomic libraries from DNA extracted from the cultivar PA-Golden (#1); libraries were enriched for di-nucleotide repeat GA (Library B

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Hussam S.M. Khierallah, Saleh M. Bader, Michael Baum, and Alladin Hamwieh

characterize a number of Iraqi date palm cultivars. Microsatellites, also known as SSR, are ideal DNA markers for population studies and genetic mapping as a result of their abundance, high level of polymorphism, dispersion throughout diverse genomes, ease to

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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

origins of plant cultivars and breeding lines ( Brundu et al., 2008 ; Gavrilenko et al., 2013 ; Molina-Cano et al., 2005 ; Riahi et al., 2011 ). Many microsatellite (also known as simple sequence repeat) markers have been developed from peach nuclear

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Chandra S. Thammina, Christopher von Kohn, and Margaret R. Pooler

. Microsatellite markers, or SSRs, are an efficient method to assess the genetic diversity and population structure of plant populations [ Powell et al. (1996) ; reviewed in Varshney et al. (2005) ; Wang et al. (2009 )], and have proved useful for guiding

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Barbara Gilmore, Nahla Bassil, April Nyberg, Brian Knaus, Don Smith, Danny L. Barney, and Kim Hummer

. The dinucleotide motif guidelines were: microreads containing at least four perfect repeats and each nucleotide represented at least four times and with fewer than eight ambiguous bases. Paired-end microsatellite-containing reads were joined into a

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James W. Borrone, Cecile T. Olano, David N. Kuhn, J. Steven Brown, Raymond J. Schnell, and Helen A. Violi

informativeness of a small number of available molecular markers. The development of three sets of microsatellite markers ( Ashworth et al., 2004 ; Borrone et al., 2007 ; Sharon et al., 1997 ) expands the potential number of fully informative markers available

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Yiqun Weng

( Glycine soja Sieb. et Zucc.) and Japanese cultivated soybeans [ G. max (L.) Merr.] based on microsatellite (SSR) analysis and the selection of a core collection Genet. Resources Crop Evol. 56 1045 1055 Lacape, J.M. Dessauw

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Wei Zhou, Hong Wang, De-Zhu Li, Jun-Bo Yang, and Wei Zhou

developed 13 microsatellite markers from L. pinceana and tested their use in another Luculia species, L. yunnanensis Hu, which is also a distylous species. Materials and Methods Genomic DNA samples of L. pinceana were extracted from silica gel

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Barbara S. Gilmore, Nahla V. Bassil, Danny L. Barney, Brian J. Knaus, and Kim E. Hummer

(ISSR) markers to assay genetic diversity in Chinese populations of R. tanguticum , whereas Wang (2011) optimized ISSR–polymerase chain reaction in R. officinale , R. palmatum , and R. tanguticum . Compared with AFLPs and ISSRs, microsatellite or