Construction of a saturated linkage map for Prunus using an almond×peach F2 progeny

@article{Joobeur1998ConstructionOA,
  title={Construction of a saturated linkage map for Prunus using an almond×peach F2 progeny},
  author={Tarek Joobeur and Maria Angeles Viruel and M. Carmen de Vicente and Blanca J{\'a}uregui and J. A. L{\'o}pez Ballester and Maria Teresa Dettori and Ignazio Verde and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Truco and Ram{\'o}n Messeguer and Ignasi Batlle and Raffaella Quarta and Elisabeth Dirlewanger and Pere Ar{\'u}s},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={97},
  pages={1034-1041}
}
 A map with 246 markers (11 isozymes and 235 RFLPs) was constructed using an interspecific F2 population between almond (cv Texas) and peach (cv Earlygold). RFLPs were obtained using 213 probes from the genomic and cDNA libraries of different species (almond, peach, P. ferganensis, cherry, plum and apple), including 16 almond probes which correspond to known genes. All markers were distributed in eight linkage groups, the same as the basic chromosome number of the genus, covering a total… CONTINUE READING
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