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Daofeng Liu, Jing Ma, Jianfeng Yang, Tien V. Nguyen, Huamin Liu, Renwei Huang, Shunzhao Sui, and Mingyang Li

) associated with seed protein content in soybean ( Jun et al., 2008 ). Among the many types of molecular markers, SSRs and SNPs are the preferred marker types for many genetic applications. SSRs are efficient codominant anchor markers with high levels of

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Paul A. Wiersma, Deniz Erogul, and Shawkat Ali

amplification in polymerase chain reaction (PCR). When this project was started, SSR markers were the marker of choice ( Nybom et al., 2014 ), with extensive sets of markers developed for sweet cherry and other closely related Prunus L. species ( Jung et al

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John McCallum, Susan Thomson, Meeghan Pither-Joyce, Fernand Kenel, Andrew Clarke, and Michael J. Havey

large genome size typical of Allium species ( Bennett and Leitch, 1995 ). Fischer and Bachmann (2000) reported development of a set of genomic dinucleotide simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers from onion. As a result of complex amplification

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

different between the two parents. Thus, the objective of this research was to develop EST-SSR markers that can be used to identify homologous linkage groups and enrich the bermudagrass genetic map. Furthermore, these SSR markers were evaluated to determine

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Jianfeng Liu, Bowen Yang, Yuetong Ming, Yuchu Zhang, and Yunqing Cheng

genetic linkage map and fingerprint construction, molecular marker-assisted breeding, and evolutionary research ( Mei et al., 2012 ). Because of the high cost of developing SSR markers, their usage has previously been limited to a certain extent. With the

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Yiqun Weng, Shanna Johnson, Jack E. Staub, and Sanwen Huang

availability of the whole genome sequence in cucumber provides a platform for the development of codominant markers ( Huang et al., 2009 ). A high-resolution simple sequence repeat (SSR)-based linkage map was developed using the recombinant inbred line (RIL

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

in sweetpotato as they occur throughout the genome and are codominantly inherited and relatively easy to score ( Jarret and Bowen, 1994 ). Sweetpotato SSR markers have been used for paternity ( Buteler et al., 2002 ) and diversity analyses ( Karuri et

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Gehendra Bhattarai and Shawn A. Mehlenbacher

-Italian ( Boccacci et al., 2006 ; Gökirmak et al., 2009 ). Simple sequence repeat markers are DNA segments comprised of tandem repeat motifs that are 1 to 8 nucleotides in length. SSRs are polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based markers for which primers are designed

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Renée S. Arias, Natascha Techen, Timothy A. Rinehart, Richard T. Olsen, Joseph H. Kirkbride Jr, and Brian E. Scheffler

polygamodioecy ( Dirr, 1998 ; Nicholson, 1990 ; Ueda, 1996 ) combined with occasional selfing that has implications for crossing and inheritance studies. The development of molecular markers, specifically SSRs, will aid in assessing relationships, diversity

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Vidyasagar R. Sathuvalli, Shawn A. Mehlenbacher, and David C. Smith

resistance alleles would greatly facilitate the development of new cultivars. Random amplified polymorphic DNA and SSR markers linked to EFB resistance have been identified for three sources: ‘Gasaway’, ‘Ratoli’ from Spain, and OSU 759.010 from the Republic