Duplication within and between germplasm collections

  title={Duplication within and between germplasm collections},
  author={Theo van Hintum and Helmut Kn{\"u}pffer},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
Principles of duplication within and between genebank collections have been explored, terminology is proposed and the difficulties in identifying probable duplication are discussed. Identical duplication concerns genetically identical accessions, whereas common duplication refers to accessions derived from the same original population that are mixtures of lines with differing genotype frequencies, or random mating populations with the same alleles but differing allele frequencies. Partial and… CONTINUE READING
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