Genetic diversity and association mapping of bacterial blight and other horticulturally important traits with microsatellite markers in pomegranate from India

@article{Singh2015GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic diversity and association mapping of bacterial blight and other horticulturally important traits with microsatellite markers in pomegranate from India},
  author={Nripendra Vikram Singh and Venkata Lakshmi Abburi and D. Ramajayam and Ravinder Kumar and Ram Chandra and Kuldeep Kumar Sharma and Jyotsana Sharma and Karuppannan Dhinesh Babu and Ram Krishna Pal and Dhananjay M. Mundewadikar and Thangasamy Saminathan and Robert Cantrell and Padma Nimmakayala and Umesh K. Reddy},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2015},
  volume={290},
  pages={1393-1402}
}
AbstractThis genetic diversity study aimed to estimate the population structure and explore the use of association mapping strategies to identify linked markers for bacterial resistance, growth and fruit quality in pomegranate collections from India. In total, 88 accessions including 37 cultivated types were investigated. A total of 112 alleles were amplified by use of 44 publicly available microsatellites for estimating molecular genetic diversity and population structure. Neighbor-joining… Expand
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