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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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Gayle M. Volk, Christopher M. Richards, Adam D. Henk, Ann A. Reilley, Patrick A. Reeves, Philip L. Forsline, and Herb S. Aldwinckle

includes 776 M. orientalis genotypes collected from Russia, Turkey, Armenia, and Georgia. Previously, we used seven microsatellite markers to determine the levels of genetic diversity and disease resistance in the individuals from Russia and Turkey ( Volk

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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

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Jiang-Chong Wu, Jing Yang, Zhi-Jian Gu, and Yan-Ping Zhang

efficient molecular markers for M. oleifera is needed. Based on codominant features and high allelic polymorphism, microsatellites [simple sequence repeats (SSRs)] have become a useful marker system in genetic diversity studies ( Walter and Epperson

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Pan-Hui Huang, Wen-Bin Yu, Jun-Bo Yang, Hong Wang, and Lu Lu

unresolved ( Li et al., 2007 ; Ren and Guan, 2008 ). The identification of molecular markers linked to important morphological traits will greatly facilitate maker-assisted breeding aimed at cultivar improvement ( Yu et al., 2000 ). Microsatellite or

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

considerable morphological overlap between the species making discrimination problematic, and more than 1000 horticultural hybrids in existence ( Bean, 1976 ) showed the weakness of genetic barriers toward hybridization in this genus. Microsatellites are

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Chun-yan Yang, Yuan Huang, and Chunlin Long

of this species is important. In this study, we reported the characterization of 17 polymorphic microsatellite loci to investigate genetic structure among populations of M. lasiocarpa for further conservation genetic studies. Materials and