First whole genome based microsatellite DNA marker database of tomato for mapping and variety identification

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The cultivated tomato is second most consumed vegetable of the world and is an important part of a diverse and balanced diet as a rich source of vitamins, minerals, phenolic antioxidants and antioxidant lycopene having anti-cancer properties. To reap benefit of genomics of the domestic tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) unravelled by Tomato Genome Consortium… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2229-13-197

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@inproceedings{Iquebal2013FirstWG, title={First whole genome based microsatellite DNA marker database of tomato for mapping and variety identification}, author={Mir Asif Iquebal and Sarika and Vasu Arora and Nidhi Verma and Anil Rai and Dinesh Kumar}, booktitle={BMC Plant Biology}, year={2013} }