Cross-amplification and sequence variation of microsatellite loci in Eurasian hard pines

@article{GonzlezMartnez2004CrossamplificationAS,
  title={Cross-amplification and sequence variation of microsatellite loci in Eurasian hard pines},
  author={Santiago C. Gonz{\'a}lez-Mart{\'i}nez and Juan Jos{\'e} Robledo-Arnuncio and Carmen Collada and A. Cepero D{\'i}az and Claire G. Williams and Ricardo Al{\'i}a and Mar{\'i}a Teresa Cervera},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={109},
  pages={103-111}
}
Microsatellite transfer across coniferous species is a valued methodology because de novo development for each species is costly and there are many species with only a limited commodity value. Cross-species amplification of orthologous microsatellite regions provides valuable information on mutational and evolutionary processes affecting these loci. We tested 19 nuclear microsatellite markers from Pinus taeda L. (subsection Australes) and three from P. sylvestris L. (subsection Pinus) on seven… CONTINUE READING
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