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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

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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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Nader R. Abdelsalam, Rehab M. Awad, Hayssam M. Ali, Mohamed Z.M. Salem, Kamal F. Abdellatif and Mohamed S. Elshikh

. Furthermore, in recent years previous studies have developed genomic microsatellite markers for common fig tree ( Achtak et al., 2009 ; Giraldo et al., 2005 ; Khadari et al., 2001 ). In other research, phenotypic and DNA-based markers used for identification

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Maria G. Emmanouilidou, Marios C. Kyriacou and Isabel Trujillo

( Fendri et al., 2010 ; Rafalski and Tingey, 1993 ). Actually, the microsatellite markers (SSRs) are considered as leading markers for conducting varietal characterization and identification studies on olive ( Anestiadou et al., 2017 ; Baldoni et al

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Tiantian Zhao, Wenxu Ma, Qinghua Ma, Zhen Yang, Lisong Liang, Guixi Wang and Lujun Wang

.F. Lexer, C. 2007 Cross-species transfer of nuclear microsatellite markers: Potential and limitations Mol. Ecol. 16 3759 3767 Bassil, N. Boccacci, P. Botta, R. Postman, J. Mehlenbacher, S.A. 2013 Nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite markers to assess

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Phillip A. Wadl, Mark T. Windham, Richard Evans and Robert N. Trigiano

not observed on this tree. Fig. 3. Cornus kousa ‘Red Steeple’ ( A ) original tree at 20 years old, ( B ) red foliage that fades with high temperatures, ( C ) bract display. Molecular Identification of Cultivars Using Microsatellite Markers

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Karen R. Harris-Shultz, Brian M. Schwartz and Jeff A. Brady

often display phenotypic variation ( Gill et al., 1995 ; Pelsy, 2010 ). When microsatellite markers were used among clones from many grape cultivars (which are diploids), three to four alleles were detected ( Franks et al., 2002 ; Hocquigny et al

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Briana L. Gross, Gayle M. Volk, Christopher M. Richards, Philip L. Forsline, Gennaro Fazio and C. Thomas Chao

sequence repeat (SSR) data set, and the number of seedling trees in the nine SSR data set. Microsatellite markers have been used successfully to assess the diversity of wild and clonally propagated fruit collections ( Gökirmak et al., 2009 ; Koehmstedt et

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Viji Sitther, Dapeng Zhang, Sadanand A. Dhekney, Donna L. Harris, Anand K. Yadav and William R. Okie

sequence repeat or microsatellite markers, which are tandem-repeat nucleotides, are valuable in genetic studies as a result of their codominant and multiallelic nature ( Morgante and Olivieri, 1993 ). These markers are widely used in crop improvement and

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Benard Yada, Gina Brown-Guedira, Agnes Alajo, Gorrettie N. Ssemakula, Robert O.M. Mwanga and G. Craig Yencho

. Crop Sci. 7 2074 2078 Hochholdinger, F. Hoecker, N. 2007 Towards the molecular basis of heterosis Trends Plant Sci. 12 427 432 Hu, J. Nakatani, M. Lalusin, A.G. Fujimura, T. 2004a New microsatellite markers developed from reported Ipomoea trifida