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Xue-qin Wang, Yuan Huang, and Chun-lin Long

microsatellite markers for this species to investigate the genetic diversity and genetic structures among populations and provide a potential tool for studying molecular breeding in R. decorum . Genomic DNA was extracted from leaf tissues using the

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Karen Harris-Shultz, Melanie Harrison, Phillip A. Wadl, Robert N. Trigiano, and Timothy Rinehart

). Simple sequence repeat markers, or microsatellites, are repeating DNA sequences of one to six nucleotides that are found in coding and non-coding regions of the genome ( Toth et al., 2000 ). SSR markers, including expressed sequence tag markers, have a

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Beibei Li, Jianfu Jiang, Xiucai Fan, Ying Zhang, Haisheng Sun, Guohai Zhang, and Chonghuai Liu

microsatellite markers recommended as the standard set for the screening of grapevine collections to characterize 61 Chinese grape landraces and 33 foreign cultivars ( Mihaljevic et al., 2013 ). The aim of our study is to differentiate cultivars with similar

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Claudio Cantini, Antonio Cimato, Antonella Autino, Alessandro Redi, and Mauro Cresti

cultivars, their dominant character (RAPDs and AFLPs) or poor reproducibility among different laboratories and experiments (RAPDs) are still considered major drawbacks in cultivar fingerprinting. Among the others, microsatellite markers have proved

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Rohollah Karimi, Ahmad Ershadi, Kourosh Vahdati, and Keith Woeste

microsatellites are ideal for studies in population and conservation genetics ( Streiff et al., 1998 ), the construction of genetic maps ( Brondani et al., 1998 ), analysis of paternity and kinship, and analysis of variation between species and populations

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Paul R. Cabe, Andrew Baumgarten, Kyle Onan, James J. Luby, and David S. Bedford

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed; e-mail . We thank Stan Hokanson and Amy Szewc-McFadden for technical advice on their microsatellite protocols, Lisa Connors for help with the

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Kwanjai Pipatchartlearnwong, Akarapong Swatdipong, Supachai Vuttipongchaikij, and Somsak Apisitwanich

ISSRs have been reported ( George et al., 2016 ; Vinayagam et al., 2009 ). Markers with higher information such as microsatellites are needed to evaluate the genetic groups and diversity of the Asian Palmyra palm before establishing effective

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Imen Rekik, Amelia Salimonti, Naziha Grati Kamoun, Innocenzo Muzzalupo, Oliver Lepais, Sophie Gerber, Enzo Perri, and Ahmed Rebai

, several microsatellites have been isolated from the olive tree. Currently, ≈106 SSR markers are available and have been characterized on many olive cultivars worldwide ( Carriero et al., 2002 ; Diaz et al., 2006 ; Rallo et al., 2000 ; Sarri et al., 2006

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Fuad Gasi, Kenan Kanlić, Belma Kalamujić Stroil, Naris Pojskić, Åsmund Asdal, Morten Rasmussen, Clive Kaiser, and Mekjell Meland

, compared with traditional morphological (e.g., pomological) characterizations, in revealing mislabeled plant accession ( Nybom and Weising, 2010 ). Microsatellite markers, also known as simple sequence repeats (SSRs), have shown great promise as a tool for

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Myounghai Kwak, Jeong-Ki Hong, Eun Sil Lee, Byoung Yoon Lee, Min Hwan Suh, and Bert Cregg

( Prunus armeniaca ) using microsatellite markers suggested that apricots were first cultivated in central Asia and China, and revealed a high proportion of accessions resistant to Plum pox virus in these areas ( Decroocq et al., 2016 ). Analysis of