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Jun-Bo Yang, Hong-Tao Li, De-Zhu Li, Jie Liu, Lian-Ming Gao, De-Zhu Li, Lian-Ming Gao and Jie Liu

differentiation ( Nybom, 2004 ). This problem does not occur with microsatellite markers. Compared with other, random fingerprinting techniques such as RAPDs, ALFPs, and ISSRs, microsatellites show numerous advantages because they are locus-specific, codominant

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Marie Pairon, Anne-Laure Jacquemart and Daniel Potter

al., 1992 ; Chung et al., 1991 ). With this approach, phenotypes are treated only as being either different or identical, and it does not make use of all the information held by microsatellite markers. Recently, new estimates of genetic diversity

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Samuel G. Obae, Mark H. Brand, Bryan A. Connolly, Rochelle R. Beasley and Stacey L. Lance

related taxa making it possible to study other species whose genome sequence data are not available. The objective of this study was to develop microsatellite markers for A. melanocarpa and assess their transferability to A. arbutifolia and A

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Josh A. Honig, Stacy A. Bonos and William A. Meyer

., 2003 ). In this report, we describe the development of the first polymorphic microsatellite markers for ongoing molecular genetic research in kentucky bluegrass. Total genomic DNA was extracted from a single plant of the kentucky bluegrass cultivar

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Karen Harris-Shultz, Melanie Harrison, Phillip A. Wadl, Robert N. Trigiano and Timothy Rinehart

horticultural grass species. Most of the sequences, from which microsatellites were developed, contained other repetitive elements. A set of 35 microsatellite markers was identified that was able to differentiate the S. scoparium accessions. UPGMA and Bayesian

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Fuad Gasi, Naris Pojskić, Mirsad Kurtovic, Clive Kaiser, Stein Harald Hjeltnes, Milica Fotiric-Aksic and Mekjell Meland

unreduced gametes from one or both parents) ( Phillips et al., 2016 ). Microsatellite markers or simple sequence repeats (SSRs) have proven efficient in parent-offspring analyses on pear ( Kimura et al., 2003 ). Although a comparative study has shown that

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Megan F. Muehlbauer, Josh A. Honig, John M. Capik, Jennifer N. Vaiciunas and Thomas J. Molnar

Annu. Rpt. Northern Nut Growers Assn. 61 133 136 Bassil, N. Boccacci, P. Botta, R. Postman, J. Mehlenbacher, S. 2013 Nuclear and chloroplast microsatellite markers to assess genetic diversity and evolution in hazelnut species, hybrids and cultivars

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

rootstocks in Chile. Literature Cited Aranzana, M. García-Mas, J. Carbó, J. Arús, P. 2002 Development and variability analysis of microsatellite markers in peach Plant Breed. 121 87 92 Aranzana, M. Pineda, A. Cosson, P. Dirlewanger, E. Ascasibar, J. Cipriani

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Carlos Miranda, Jorge Urrestarazu, Luis G. Santesteban, José B. Royo and Valero Urbina

. Harvey, N.G. James, C.M. 2006 Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite markers from european pear ( Pyrus communis L.) Mol. Ecol. Notes 6 1039 1041 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United

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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