Characterising a Eucalyptus cladocalyx breeding population using SNP markers

@article{Bush2012CharacterisingAE,
  title={Characterising a Eucalyptus cladocalyx breeding population using SNP markers},
  author={David Bush and Bala Thumma},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={741-752}
}
Population structure, family relatedness and inbreeding within a first-generation Eucalyptus cladocalyx breeding population were analysed with single-nucleotide polymorphism markers to underpin quantitative trait analysis and breeding program management. The breeding population, comprising families selected from wild and cultivated stands, was found to be strongly structured ( $$ {{\widehat{F}}_{\mathrm{ST}}} $$  = 18 %), with two geographically defined groups of South Australian wild… CONTINUE READING

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