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Zahra Noormohammadi, Mehdi Hosseini-Mazinani, Isabel Trujillo, Luis Rallo, Angjelina Belaj, and Majid Sadeghizadeh

result of their multiallelic hypervariability, codominant nature, high information content, and amenability to automation, microsatellites are becoming one of the most popular and reliable marker systems for genetic characterization of varieties, genetic

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Gehendra Bhattarai and Shawn A. Mehlenbacher

-, penta-, and hexa- repeat microsatellite markers mined from genome sequences. Accessions 1 to 24 were used to screen for polymorphism on agarose gels, while all 50 accessions were used for characterization of polymorphic simple sequence repeat loci. Some

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Jana Murovec, Natasa Stajner, Jernej Jakse, and Branka Javornik

et al., 2003 ; Yahata et al., 2005a , b ), but microsatellite markers are used much more nowadays because of their codominant nature and unambiguous results. Analysis of the genetic origin of haploid/diploid regenerants using microsatellite markers

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Xiaoying Li, Hongxia Xu, Jianjun Feng, and Junwei Chen

germplasm resources in genetic breeding, they must be evaluated and identified using efficient molecular methods. Microsatellites or SSR are 1- to 6-bp DNA regions repeated in tandem that are ubiquitous in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes ( Gao et al., 2013

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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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Gehendra Bhattarai, Shawn A. Mehlenbacher, and David C. Smith

-800 and UBC268-580 are routinely used for marker-assisted selection. The locus was placed on LG6 by Mehlenbacher et al. (2006) , and microsatellite markers have been added to the map ( Bhattarai 2015 ; Bhattarai and Mehlenbacher, 2017 ; Colburn et al

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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 cabep@wlu.edu . We thank Stan Hokanson and Amy Szewc-McFadden for technical advice on their microsatellite protocols, Lisa Connors for help with the