Detection of linkage between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in crosses between segregating populations

@article{Beckmann1988DetectionOL,
  title={Detection of linkage between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in crosses between segregating populations},
  author={Jacques S. Beckmann and Morris Soller},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1988},
  volume={76},
  pages={228-236}
}
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker-genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population, it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL, but share the same alleles at the marker loci. For two-allele systems, depending on marker allele frequencies in the parent populations, 2–4… CONTINUE READING

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When a resource population contains novel favorable alleles at quantitative trait loci that are not present ( or rare ) in a commercial population , analyses of this sort will enable the loci of interest to be identified , mapped and manipulated effectively in breeding programs .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
When a resource population contains novel favorable alleles at quantitative trait loci that are not present ( or rare ) in a commercial population , analyses of this sort will enable the loci of interest to be identified , mapped and manipulated effectively in breeding programs .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
By making use of pedigree information and information on marker - genotypes of the parent and F-1 individuals crossed to form an F-2 population , it is possible to carry out a linkage analysis between marker loci and loci affecting quantitative traits in a cross between segregating parent populations that are at fixation for alternative alleles at the QTL , but share the same alleles at the marker loci .
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