Bayesian QTL mapping using genome-wide SSR markers and segregating population derived from a cross of two commercial F1 hybrids of tomato

@article{Ohyama2017BayesianQM,
  title={Bayesian QTL mapping using genome-wide SSR markers and segregating population derived from a cross of two commercial F1 hybrids of tomato},
  author={Akio Ohyama and Kenta Shirasawa and Hiroshi Matsunaga and Satomi Negoro and Koji Miyatake and Hirotaka Yamaguchi and Tsukasa Nunome and Hiroyoshi Iwata and Hiroyuki Fukuoka and Takeshi Hayashi},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2017},
  volume={130},
  pages={1601-1616}
}
Key messageUsing newly developed euchromatin-derived genomic SSR markers and a flexible Bayesian mapping method, 13 significant agricultural QTLs were identified in a segregating population derived from a four-way cross of tomato.AbstractSo far, many QTL mapping studies in tomato have been performed for progeny obtained from crosses between two genetically distant parents, e.g., domesticated tomatoes and wild relatives. However, QTL information of quantitative traits related to yield (e.g… CONTINUE READING
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