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dCAPS, a simple technique for the genetic analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms: experimental applications in Arabidopsis thaliana genetics.
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A modification of this technique where mismatches in a PCR primer are used to create a polymorphism based on the target mutation to be useful for following known mutations in segregating populations and genetic mapping of isolated DNAs used for positional based cloning of new genes.
Evolution of genome size in Brassicaceae.
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Arabidopsis thaliana (1C = 0.16 pg; approximately 157 Mbp) has the smallest genome size in Brassicaceae studied here and apparently represents an evolutionary decrease in genome size.
Genetic diversity and relationships of diploid and tetraploid cottons revealed using AFLP
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It is shown that AFLP is useful for estimating genetic relationships across a wide range of taxonomic levels, and for analyzing the evolutionary and historical development of cotton cultivars at the genomic level.
A genetic bottleneck in the ’evolution under domestication’ of upland cotton Gossypium hirsutum L. examined using DNA fingerprinting
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It is concluded that the early maturing or ’latifolium’ or ‘Mexican Highlands’ cultigens from which these cultivars were derived appear to have had extremely limited genetic diversity, perhaps as a result of a severe genetic bottleneck resulting from the selection pressures of domestication.
Linkage disequilibrium based association mapping of fiber quality traits in G. hirsutum L. variety germplasm
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Results suggest linkage, selection, inbreeding, population stratification, and genetic drift as the potential LD-generating factors in cotton.
Development of a 63K SNP Array for Cotton and High-Density Mapping of Intraspecific and Interspecific Populations of Gossypium spp.
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The produced intraspecific genetic map is the first saturated map that associates into 26 linkage groups corresponding to the number of cotton chromosomes for a cross between two G. hirsutum lines.
Geographic patterns of microsatellite variation in Boechera stricta, a close relative of Arabidopsis
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Genetic population structure was influenced by relatively recent genome admixture at two levels: within species (involving individuals from the Northern and Southern clusters) and between species (with the hybridization of B. stricta and Boechera holboellii).
The GCR1 requirement for yeast glycolytic gene expression is suppressed by dominant mutations in the SGC1 gene, which encodes a novel basic-helix-loop-helix protein
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Dominant mutations in two genes, SGC1 and SGC2, as well as recessive mutations in the SGC5 gene were identified as suppressors of the growth and transcriptional defects caused by a gcr1 null mutation, demonstrating that S GC1 is required for maximal enolase gene expression.
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