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Sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP), a new marker system based on a simple PCR reaction: its application to mapping and gene tagging in Brassica
A simple marker technique called sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP) aimed for the amplification of open reading frames (ORFs) based on two-primer amplification was developed and successfully tagged the glucosinolate desaturation gene BoGLS-ALK with these markers.
Carrots and Related Vegetable Umbelliferae
Origins, domestication, history and botany taxonomy, genetics and breeding environmental influences for crop and seed production growth and development cultural procedures pests and diseases and…
The genus Medicago and the origin of the Medicago sativa complex
Brassica and Its Close Allies: Cytogenetics and Evolution
In planta side-chain glucosinolate modification in Arabidopsis by introduction of dioxygenase Brassica homolog BoGSL-ALK
Dependent on the proposed uses of the crops under development, the ability to regulate BoGSL-ALK expression is a key step towards engineering Brassica crops with specific glucosinolate content.
Identification of broccoli and cauliflower cultivars with RAPD markers
RAPD (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA) markers generated by 4 arbitrary 10-mer primers, discriminated 14 broccoli and 12 cauliflower cultivars (Brassica oleracea L.) by banding profiles by finding larger differences for each crop than within the same company.
Genetic diversity of oilseed Brassica napus inbred lines based on sequence‐related amplified polymorphism and its relation to hybrid performance
Regression analysis revealed a statistically significant relationship between the genetic distance of the parents and seed yield in their hybrid, and their derived mid-parent and high-parent heterosis, so it is possible that some of the SRAP markers might be linked to quantitative trait loci for seed yield.
Generation of a Brassica oleracea composite RFLP map: linkage arrangements among various populations and evolutionary implications
The genealogy of chromosomes sharing duplicated segments was formulated and indicates that B. oleracea is a secondary polyploid species derived from ancestral genome(s) of fewer chromosomes.
Potato Diversity in the Andean Center of Crop Domestication.
- S. Brush, R. Kesseli, R. Ortega, P. Cisneros, K. Zimmerer, C. Quirós
- Medicine, GeographyConservation biology : the journal of the Society…
- 1 October 1995
The diversity and population structure of potato landraces (Solanum spp.) within their center of domestication was studied using isozyme surveys of four polymorphic loci to assist in planning conservation strategies of crop genetic resources that are threatened by genetic erosion.
Reducing progoitrin and enriching glucoraphanin in Braasica napus seeds through silencing of the GSL-ALK gene family
- Zheng Liu, Arvind H. Hirani, P. McVetty, F. Daayf, C. Quirós, Genying Li
- Biology, MedicinePlant Molecular Biology
- 3 April 2012
RNA interference was used to down-regulate the expression of GSL-ALK genes in B. napus transgenic plants through silencing of the GSL-alk gene family to potential application of the new germplasm with reduced detrimental glucosinolates and increased beneficial glucos inolates for producing improved brassica vegetables.