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One hundred and thirty-five microsatellite markers were developed for hop Humulus lupulus L. from di- and trinucleotide-enriched libraries. Seventy-eight primers showed amplification in two tested genotypes. Twenty-four loci were further characterized on a population of 34 hop samples and the number of alleles per locus, observed heterozygosity and expected(More)
A specific form of gene silencing that was observed visually as a mosaic distribution of fluorescent and non-fluorescent cells apparently dispersed at random within tissues was found in a few green fluorescent protein (GFP)-transformed tobacco lines. To characterize this event quantitatively, we studied flow cytometric measurements in GFP-expressing and(More)
Verticillium wilt (VW) can cause substantial yield loss in hop particularly with the outbreaks of the lethal strain of Verticillium albo-atrum. To elucidate genetic control of VW resistance in hop, an F1 mapping population derived from a cross of cultivar Wye Target, with the predicted genetic basis of resistance, and susceptible male breeding line BL2/1(More)
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