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Simple-sequence repeat (SSR) markers of Japanese plum (Prunus salicina Lindl.) are highly polymorphic and transferable to peach and almond
Thirty-five polymorphic microsatellites were developed using a CT/AG enriched genomic library of Japanese plum cv. Santa Rosa. Twenty-seven of them detected a single locus and eight two or more loci.Expand
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Analysis of the S-locus structure in Prunus armeniaca L. Identification ofS-haplotype specific S-RNase and F-box genes
The gametophytic self-incompatibility (GSI) system in Rosaceae has been proposed to be controlled by two genes located in the S-locusan S-RNase and a recently described pollen expressed S-haplotypeExpand
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Identification of Self-(in)compatibility Alleles in Apricot by PCR and Sequence Analysis
This report shows the PCR-based identifi cation of the eight known self-(in)compatibility alleles (S1 to S7 and Sc) of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.). Two sets of consensus primers, designed from P.Expand
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Self-Compatibility of Two Apricot Selections Is Associated with Two Pollen-Part Mutations of Different Nature1[W]
Loss of pollen-S function in Prunus self-compatible mutants has recently been associated with deletions or insertions in S-haplotype-specific F-box (SFB) genes. We have studied two self-compatibleExpand
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An apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) F2 progeny linkage map based on SSR and AFLP markers, mapping plum pox virus resistance and self-incompatibility traits
Abstract. A genetic linkage map of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) was constructed using AFLP and SSR markers. The map is based on an F2 population (76 individuals) derived from self-pollination of anExpand
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Analysis of apricot germplasm from the European ecogeographical group
Morphological, phenological and fruit quality traits of 55 apricot cultivars, including the most important clones grown in Spain, France and Italy, were evaluated using principal component analysis.Expand
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Genetic linkage maps of two apricot cultivars (Prunus armeniaca L.), and mapping of PPV (sharka) resistance
Abstract.Genetic linkage maps for two apricot cultivars have been constructed using AFLP, RAPD, RFLP and SSR markers in 81 F1 individuals from the cross 'Goldrich' × 'Valenciano'. This familyExpand
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Identification and mapping of a locus conferring plum pox virus resistance in two apricot-improved linkage maps
Sharka disease, caused by the plum pox virus (PPV), is one of the major limiting factors for stone fruit crops in Europe and America. In particular, apricot is severely affected suffering significantExpand
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Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in pomegranate (Punica granatum L.)
The pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) is a temperate climate species requiring high temperatures for proper and complete ripening. The species is consumed as a fresh fruit, but also can be used toExpand
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Analysis of genetic diversity among persimmon cultivars using microsatellite markers
In the Mediterranean area, the production of persimmon (Diospyros kaki Thumb) [2n = 6x = 90] has increased recently as an alternative to the major fruit crops. In Spain, production relies almostExpand
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