Association mapping of quality traits in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)

@article{Dhoop2007AssociationMO,
  title={Association mapping of quality traits in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn B. D’hoop and Maria Jo{\~a}o Paulo and Rolf Andr{\'e} Mank and Herman van Eck and Fred van Eeuwijk},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2007},
  volume={161},
  pages={47-60}
}
In this paper, we describe the assessment of linkage disequilibrium and its decay in a collection of potato cultivars. In addition, we report on a simple regression based association mapping approach and its results to quality traits in potato. We selected 221 tetraploid potato cultivars and progenitor lines, representing the global diversity in potato, with emphasis on genetic variation for agro-morphological and quality traits. Phenotypic data for these agro-morphological and quality traits… CONTINUE READING

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