Construction of a high-density Simple Sequence Repeat consensus genetic map for pear (Pyrus spp.).
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Chen, H.; Song, Y.; Li, L.T.; Khan, M.A.; Li, X.G.; Korban, S.S.; Wu, J.; Zhang, S.L. 2015. Construction of a high-density Simple Sequence Repeat consensus genetic map for pear (Pyrus spp.). Plant Molecular Biology Reporter. 33(2):316-325.
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As an important fruit crop that is widely grown commercially in temperate regions of the world, pear (Pyrus) is a target for pursuing efficient breeding strategies. Construction of a reliable and dense genetic linkage map is critical for undertakingmarker-assisted breeding. In this study, a population of 56 F1 seedlings of ‘Bayuehong’×‘Dangshansuli’ was used to construct a high-density simple sequence repeat (SSR)-based genetic linkage map.
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