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Microsatellite markers for northern red oak (Fagaceae: Quercus rubra)Author(s): Preston R. Aldrich; Charles H. Michler; Weilin Sun; Jeanne Romero-Severson
Source: Molecular Ecology Notes 2:472-474
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionWe provide primer sequences for 14 (GA)n microsatellite loci developed from northern red oak, an important timber species. We screened loci using two sets of samples. A parent-offspring set included DNA from seven acorns collected from one mother tree along with maternal DNA, to determine that all progeny carried a maternal allele at each locus. The other set was comprised of 10 adult trees sampled from Indiana old-growth forest, providing a measure of diversity revealed by each locus.
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CitationAldrich, Preston R.; Michler, Charles H.; Sun, Weilin; Romero-Severson, Jeanne 2002. Microsatellite markers for northern red oak (Fagaceae: Quercus rubra). Molecular Ecology Notes 2:472-474
Keywordscapillary, CEQ, enriched, Indiana, old-growth, SSRs
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