Characterisation and transferability of apple SSRs to two European pear F1 populations

@article{Pierantoni2004CharacterisationAT,
  title={Characterisation and transferability of apple SSRs to two European pear F1 populations},
  author={Luca Pierantoni and K.-H. Cho and I.-S. Shin and Rossella Chiodini and Stefano Tartarini and Luca Dondini and S.-J. L. Kang and Silviero Sansavini},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={109},
  pages={1519-1524}
}
European pear (Pyrus communis L.) is among the important fruit species for which only few genetic studies have been carried out. Available evidence indicates that simple sequence repeats (SSR) are very useful as molecular markers because they are codominant, highly polymorphic, abundant and reproducible. The present paper reports more than 100 apple SSR markers in two populations of European pear; a total of 41 SSR markers were then positioned on a genetic linkage map of the cross ‘Passe… CONTINUE READING
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