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V. Meglic and R.T. Chetelat

57 WORKSHOP 8 Use of Molecular Markers in Germplasm Management

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Charles J. Simon and Richard C. Johnson

57 WORKSHOP 8 Use of Molecular Markers in Germplasm Management

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Salih Kafkas, Mustafa Özgen, Yıldız Doğan, Burcu Özcan, Sezai Ercişli, and Sedat Serçe

. Molecular markers have been commonly used to characterize mulberry cultivars and wild accessions. For example, RAPD and intersimple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers were used to study the genetic relationships of Japanese and Indian cultivars to assess

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Mohammad Sadat-Hosseini, Kourosh Vahdati, and Charles A. Leslie

cytometry, molecular markers, and biochemical and phenotypic analyses ( Bradaï et al., 2016 ; Harding, 2004 ; Sadat-Hosseini et al., 2011 ). Molecular analyses and flow cytometry have been used in many species to evaluate the trueness-to-type of plantlets

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Yiping Zhang, Vince K. Lackney, James P. Prince, Jim P. Blauth, and Molly M. Kyle

145 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 290–294) Biotechnology–Molecular Genetics

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Metka Sisko, Branka Javornik, Aleksander Siftar, and Anton Ivancic

about relatedness between genotypes based on phenotypic markers are not always reliable. More appropriate are molecular markers, which appear to be more stable. In the genus Pyrus , several studies have been carried out using molecular markers to

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R.A. Teutonico, T.C. Osborn, and J.P. Palta

30 POSTER SESSION 4 (Abstr. 460-484) Breeding/Genetics/Molecular Markers

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Shawn A. Mehlenbacher

55 COLLOQUIUM 2 (Abstr. 995-999) Classical and Molecular Approaches to Breeding Horticultural Plants for Disease Resistance

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J.I. Hormaza, L. Dollo, and V.S. Polito

115 ORAL SESSION (Abstr. 227-233) Tree Fruits and Nuts: Genetics/heeding/Molecular Markers

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Amanda J. Hershberger, Tracie M. Jenkins, and Carol Robacker

), although additional molecular and morphological studies were suggested. Spigelia marilandica is an upright perennial herbaceous plant growing from 30 to 60 cm high. Corollas are bright red outside and yellow to greenish yellow inside ( Table 1 ). In