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Simple sequence repeats (SSR) are widely distributed in plant genomes, have been popular genetic markers and can be involved in gene function. We report an SSR analysis of mung bean (Vigna radiata L.), based on an SSR-enriched library. A total of 308,509 SSRs (56.9 % simple and 43.1 % compound) were discovered from 167,628 sequences. Both di- and(More)
Plant transposable elements are ubiquitous in eukaryotes. Their propensity to densely populate the genomes of many plants and animal species has put them in the focus of both structural and functional genomics. Although a number of bioinformatic software have been recently developed for the annotation of TEs in sequenced genomes, there are very few(More)
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