Development and Evaluation of a 9K SNP Array for Peach by Internationally Coordinated SNP Detection and Validation in Breeding Germplasm

@inproceedings{Verde2012DevelopmentAE,
  title={Development and Evaluation of a 9K SNP Array for Peach by Internationally Coordinated SNP Detection and Validation in Breeding Germplasm},
  author={Ignazio Verde and Nahla V. Bassil and Simone Scalabrin and Barbara Gilmore and Cynthia Taylor Lawley and Ksenija Gasic and Diego Micheletti and Umesh R. Rosyara and Federica Cattonaro and Elisa Vendramin and Dorrie Main and Valeria Aramini and Andrea L. Blas and Todd C. Mockler and Douglas W. Bryant and Larry J. Wilhelm and Michela Troggio and Bryon R. Sosinski and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Aranzana and Pere Ar{\'u}s and Amy F. Iezzoni and Michele Morgante and Cameron Peace},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Although a large number of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers covering the entire genome are needed to enable molecular breeding efforts such as genome wide association studies, fine mapping, genomic selection and marker-assisted selection in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] and related Prunus species, only a limited number of genetic markers, including simple sequence repeats (SSRs), have been available to date. To address this need, an international consortium (The International… CONTINUE READING
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