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Jason Prothro, Katherine Sandlin, Rattandeep Gill, Eleni Bachlava, Victoria White, Steven J. Knapp, and Cecilia McGregor

between the egusi locus ( eg ) on linkage group (LG) 2 and the main effect quantitative trait loci (M-QTL) on LG 9B in the watermelon Strain II (PI 279461) × Egusi (PI 560023) F 2 population. A and a represent the alleles of the marker (NW0249185) closest

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Cecilia E. McGregor, Vickie Waters, Tripti Vashisth, and Hussein Abdel-Haleem

. Jouanne, S. Coubriche, D. Jamin, P. Moreau, L. Charcosset, A. 2009 Fine mapping and haplotype structure analysis of a major flowering time quantitative trait locus on maize chromosome 10 Genetics 183 1555 1563 Ducrocq, S. Madur, D. Veyrieras, J.-B. Camus

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Vanessa E.T.M. Ashworth, Haofeng Chen, Carlos L. Calderón-Vázquez, Mary Lu Arpaia, David N. Kuhn, Mary L. Durbin, Livia Tommasini, Elizabeth Deyett, Zhenyu Jia, Michael T. Clegg, and Philippe E. Rolshausen

of considerable interest, raising the question whether mapping and quantitative trait locus studies may nonetheless be worthwhile, given adequate precautions. With the advent of next-generation technologies, the costs associated with developing

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Xiaohe Song and Zhanao Deng

1 are presented in Table 2 . Fig. 2. Quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping for powdery mildew (PM) resistance in gerbera breeding line UFGE 4033. The x-axis shows the genetic linkage map of gerbera linkage group 1 (LG1) calculated by MAPMAKER

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De-Kun Dong, Jia-Shu Cao, Kai Shi, and Le-Cheng Liu

century. No proper ways could exactly distinguish and assess these hypotheses until molecular biology technologies and quantitative trait locus (QTL)-based analysis methodology were widely used in genetic analysis in the last 2 decades. Xiao et al. (1995

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Takashi Akagi, Yumi Takeda, Keizo Yonemori, Ayako Ikegami, Atsushi Kono, Masahiko Yamada, and Shinya Kanzaki

trait of natural astringency loss in pollination-constant non-astringent (PCNA) is controlled by a single gene ( AST ) ( Yonemori et al., 2000 ). Previous reports have suggested that expression of the PCNA genotype requires the AST locus to be

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Geoffrey Meru and Cecilia McGregor

.R. 1941 Inheritance of seed characters in watermelon J. Agr. Res. 63 433 456 Prothro, J. Sandlin, K. Gill, R. Bachlava, E. White, V. Knapp, S. McGregor, C. 2012a Mapping of the egusi seed trait locus ( eg ) and quantitative trait loci associated with seed

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Xuefei Ning, Xianlei Wang, Zhijie Yu, Simeng Lu, and Guan Li

, shape, and weight detected on WinQTLCart 2.5. Mapping of quantitative trait locus (QTL) correlated with seed shape in LG I also identified significant QTL for SL in this region. Fine genetic and physical mapping of the wave seed and tight-placenta locus

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Zena Rawandoozi, Timothy Hartmann, David Byrne, and Silvia Carpenedo

, 1996 ). Blush has also been reported to be qualitatively controlled by several major genes in different germplasms ( Beckman and Sherman, 2003 ). A major quantitative trait locus (QTL) which explains 72% of the variation in blush has also been reported

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Soon O. Park, Hye Y. Hwang, and Kevin M. Crosby

, 2005–2006 ), more than 160 qualitative genes have been identified. Molecular melon maps have been widely used to map quantitative trait loci (QTL) for total soluble solids (TSS; Monforte et al., 2004 ), fruit weight and shape ( Monforte et al., 2004