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Wenting Wang, Chao Feng, Zehuang Zhang, Liju Yan, Maomao Ding, Changjie Xu, and Kunsong Chen

targeted polymorphism ( Chen and Liu, 2014 ) are used. Compared with other molecular markers, SSRs have certain advantages such as high abundance, high reproducibility, codominant inheritance, and their multiallelic nature and have been widely applied in

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Barbara S. Gilmore, Nahla V. Bassil, Danny L. Barney, Brian J. Knaus, and Kim E. Hummer

SSR markers are more reproducible and can be shared among laboratories. In addition to being typically codominant and exhibiting Mendelian inheritance, they also provide anchored loci for comparative mapping. These qualities make SSR markers an ideal

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

markers ( Grati Kamoun et al., 2006 ; Taamalli et al., 2006 ) and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers ( Taamalli et al., 2006 , 2007 ). However, there is still a need for better genetic diversity assessment and varietal identification using high

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Bouchaib Khadari, Amal Zine El Aabidine, Cinderella Grout, Inès Ben Sadok, Agnès Doligez, Nathalie Moutier, Sylvain Santoni, and Evelyne Costes

one parent only. Both ISSR and AFLP have been reported to be reliable dominant markers in many species. AFLP markers are highly polymorphic, robust, and tend to be distributed throughout plant genomes ( Casasoli et al., 2001 ). SSR markers are

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María José Arismendi, Patricio Hinrichsen, Ruben Almada, Paula Pimentel, Manuel Pinto, and Boris Sagredo

; Rojas et al., 2008 ). These have been widely used to characterize and classify commercial cultivars or estimate the genetic relationships among members of this genus. Among these, the microsatellite (SSR) markers are preferred because of their high level

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Yiqun Weng

squash line ( Table 1 ). The DNA sample of ‘New Hampshire Midget’ was provided by Amnon Levi at the USDA-ARS in Charleston, SC. Table 1. Plant materials used in this study. All simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were developed from the

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

to different linkage groups (LGs) confirms their independence and thus facilitates their use in pyramiding. To date, more than 230 SSR marker loci have been developed in hazelnut ( Bassil et al., 2005a , 2005b ; Boccacci et al., 2005 ; Gürcan and

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Rui Sun, Hui Li, Qiong Zhang, Dongmei Chen, Fengqiu Yang, Yongbo Zhao, Yi Wang, Yuepeng Han, Xinzhong Zhang, and Zhenhai Han

seedlings in a segregating population from ‘Jonathan’ × ‘Golden Delicious’ were studied in 2010 and 2011. The data were analyzed by the frequency distribution of phenotypes and assisted by SSR marker-based major gene mapping and QTL mapping for flesh

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

traits, test parent–offspring and sibling relationships, and assess cross-transportability of SSR markers across related Prunus species. Materials and Methods Plant material. Thirty-seven peach accessions from the SEFTNRL collection were tested in this

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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