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An annotated genetic map of loblolly pine based on microsatellite and cDNA markersAuthor(s): Craig S. Echt; Surya Saha; Konstantin V. Krutovsky; Kokulapalan Wimalanathan; John E. Erpelding; Chun Liang; C Dana Nelson
Source: BMC Genetics 12(17):1-16
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionPrevious loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) genetic linkage maps have been based on a variety of DNA polymorphisms, such as AFLPs, RAPDs, RFLPs, and ESTPs, but only a few SSRs (simple sequence repeats), also known as simple tandem repeats or microsatellites, have been mapped in P. taeda. The objective of this study was to integrate a large set of SSR markers from a variety of sources and published cDNA markers into a composite P. taeda genetic map constructed from two reference mapping pedigrees. A dense genetic map that incorporates SSR loci will benefit complete pine genome sequencing, pine population genetics studies, and pine breeding programs. Careful marker annotation using a variety of references further enhances the utility of the integrated SSR map.
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CitationEcht, Craig S.; Saha, Surya; Krutovsky, Konstantin V.; Wimalanathan, Kokulapalan; Erpelding, John E.; Liang, Chun; Nelson, C Dana. 2011. An annotated genetic map of loblolly pine based on microsatellite and cDNA markers. BMC Genetics 12(17):1-16.
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