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Fuad Gasi, Kenan Kanlić, Belma Kalamujić Stroil, Naris Pojskić, Åsmund Asdal, Morten Rasmussen, Clive Kaiser, and Mekjell Meland

cost of using an ever larger set of markers, in the analyses of big collections, is not always justified. Aside from accurately fingerprinting the collected accessions, SSR data can be used to investigate the underlying genetic structure and thus gain a

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Beibei Li, Xiucai Fan, Ying Zhang, Chonghuai Liu, and Jianfu Jiang

/cultivars, in which most wild species are included. This study aimed to characterize the genetic diversity and population structure of 100 accessions belonging to Chinese wild Vitis species/cultivars, V. vinifera , V. aestivalis , V. girdiana , V

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Lav K. Yadav, Edward V. McAssey, and H. Dayton Wilde

markers can be generated and used to examine genetic diversity in nonmodel species ( Peterson et al., 2014 ). We used SNP genotypes to characterize the genetic structure and diversity of the R. canescens germplasm collection. Materials and Methods Plant

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Basilio Carrasco, Marcelo Garcés, Pamela Rojas, Guillermo Saud, Raúl Herrera, Jorge B. Retamales, and Peter D.S. Caligari

” as a new and exotic alternative fresh fruit in the world market. Previous genetic analyses of F. chiloensis using molecular markers have been scarce and have had low statistical resolution; thus, they have not allowed the genetic structure of this

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Hua Wang, Dong Pei, Rui-sheng Gu, and Bao-qing Wang

Americas ( Krussman, 1986 ), and displays differentiation in morphology, particularly in nut characteristics. Patterns of population genetic diversity and structures for some species of this genus have been studied by several molecular marker systems, such

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Xingbo Wu and Lisa W. Alexander

goals of this research were to apply genotyping-by-sequencing to discover SNPs for bigleaf hydrangea cultivars, investigate the genetic diversity and population structure of H. macrophylla cultivars, and determine the disputed taxonomic classification

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Haiying Zhang, Jianguang Fan, Shaogui Guo, Yi Ren, Guoyi Gong, Jie Zhang, Yiqun Weng, Angela Davis, and Yong Xu

improvement in watermelon breeding. However, the large size, heterogeneous structure, and unavailability of information on trait diversity hamper the successful utilization of the genetic potential of these collections. At present, it is not realistic to

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Şurhan Göl, Sami Doğanlar, and Anne Frary

take advantage of these genetic resources. To address this problem, the genetic diversity and population structure of 101 Turkish faba bean accessions were analyzed using SSR markers. In addition, a core collection was selected based on genetic

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

( Schlötterer, 2004 ). Moreover, SSR have also proven useful in creating core collections that represent not only the genetic structure of germplasm collections, but also their phenotypic structure ( Santesteban et al., 2009 ). The SSR markers used in the

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Yuan Yu, Chunxian Chen, Ming Huang, Qibin Yu, Dongliang Du, Matthew R. Mattia, and Frederick G. Gmitter Jr.

of Agriculture and Consumer Services) in Winter Haven, FL, using the previously used 1536-SNP genotyping assay ( Yu et al., 2016 , 2017 , 2018 ), and to determine their SNP fingerprints and to assess genetic diversity, population structure, and