Construction of high resolution genetic linkage maps to improve the soybean genome sequence assembly Glyma1.01

@inproceedings{Song2015ConstructionOH,
  title={Construction of high resolution genetic linkage maps to improve the soybean genome sequence assembly Glyma1.01},
  author={Qijian Song and Jerry W Jenkins and Gaofeng Jia and David L. Hyten and Vince R. Pantalone and Scott A. Jackson and Jeremy Schmutz and Perry B. Cregan},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2015}
}
A landmark in soybean research, Glyma1.01, the first whole genome sequence of variety Williams 82 (Glycine max L. Merr.) was completed in 2010 and is widely used. However, because the assembly was primarily built based on the linkage maps constructed with a limited number of markers and recombinant inbred lines (RILs), the assembled sequence, especially in some genomic regions with sparse numbers of anchoring markers, needs to be improved. Molecular markers are being used by researchers in the… CONTINUE READING
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