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Construction of three linkage maps in bread wheat, Triticum aestivum
Genetic maps were compiled from the analysis of 160-180 doubled haploid lines derived from 3 crosses: Cranbrook × Halberd, CD87 × Katepwa, and Sunco × Tasman. The parental wheat lines covered a wideExpand
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A genealogical survey of Australian registered dog breeds.
Breeding practices were analysed for 32 registered dog breeds representing very small registries (120 Central Asian shepherd dogs) through to very large registries (252,521 German shepherd dogs) inExpand
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Evaluation of genetic diversity in Albanian maize using SSR markers
Genetic diversity is an essential element for maize breeding. Twenty SSR loci distributed uniformly throughout the maize genome were used to assess the genetic diversity of 20 Albanian local maizeExpand
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Development of robust PCR-based DNA markers for each homoeo-allele of granule-bound starch synthase and their application in wheat breeding programs
The absence of expression of the granule-bound starch synthase I (GBSSI) allele from chromosome 4A of wheat is associated with improved starch quality for making Udon noodles. Several PCR-basedExpand
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A polymorphic microsatellite in the 3’end of ‘waxy’ genes of wheat, Triticum aestivum
Potential polymorphism of an (AT)N microsatellite at the 3’end of waxy genes in bread wheat was examined. Primers were designed from a published cDNA sequence of a wheat waxy gene. Polymerase chainExpand
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High quality genomic DNA extraction from large milk samples.
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Detection and analysis systems for microsatellite markers in wheat
This paper describes and discusses strategies for screening microsatellites for use in plant genetic research and illustrates how a subset of useful microsatellites can be optimised forExpand
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Microsatellites as markers for Australian Wheat improvement
Microsatellite markers have been shown to be highly polymorphic and simple to use in hexaploid wheat. This study aimed to establish microsatellites as informative markers for Australian wheatExpand
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Characterisation of a ω-gliadin gene in Triticum tauschii
A ω-gliadin gene at the Gli-Dt1 locus of Triticum tauschii accession AUS18913 was isolated using PCR primers, designed from published sequences of ω-gliadin genes of bread wheat cv Cheyenne, andExpand
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A PCR‐based DNA marker for detection of mutant and normal alleles of the Wx‐D1 gene of wheat
To assist waxy wheat breeding a DNA marker was developed to discriminate mutant and normal alleles at the Wx-D1 locus. This polymerase chain reaction-based marker distinguishes the mutant from theExpand
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