Tammy R Plyler

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The I locus of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris, controls the development of four different phenotypes in response to inoculation with Bean common mosaic virus, Bean common mosaic necrosis virus, several other related potyviruses, and one comovirus. We have generated a high-resolution linkage map around this locus and have aligned it with a physical map(More)
ABSTRACT Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. canariensis causes Fusarium wilt disease on the Canary Island date palm (Phoenix canariensis). To facilitate disease management, a polymerase chain reaction diagnostic method has been developed to rapidly detect the pathogen. A partial genomic library of F. oxysporum f. sp. canariensis isolate 95-913 was used to identify a(More)
We have developed a method to isolate the termini of BAC clones. The method is based on the two unique NotI sites located approximately 300 bp on either side of the EcoRI cloning site of the BAC vector pECS-BAC4. Our strategy includes the following steps: (i) generation of Southern blots with BAC clones digested with NotI and a second restriction enzyme;(More)
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