Genetic map of the primocane-fruiting and thornless traits of tetraploid blackberry

@article{Castro2013GeneticMO,
  title={Genetic map of the primocane-fruiting and thornless traits of tetraploid blackberry},
  author={P. Castro and E. Stafne and J. Clark and K. Lewers},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={126},
  pages={2521-2532}
}
Blackberry primocane fruiting, fruiting on first-year canes, has the potential to expand blackberry production both seasonally and geographically. The incorporation of the primocane-fruiting trait into cultivars with desirable horticultural attributes is challenging due to its recessive nature and tetrasomic inheritance. Molecular marker-assisted selection has high potential to facilitate incorporation, because breeders already use morphological marker-assisted selection of seedlings without… Expand
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