Heterogeneous inbred populations are useful as sources of near-isogenic lines for RAPD marker localization

@article{Haley1994HeterogeneousIP,
  title={Heterogeneous inbred populations are useful as sources of near-isogenic lines for RAPD marker localization},
  author={Scott D Haley and Lucia Afanador and Phillip N. Miklas and J. Rennie Stavely and J Daniel Kelly},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1994},
  volume={88},
  pages={337-342}
}
The development and use of RAPD markers for applications in crop improvement has recently generated considerable interest within the plant breeding community. One potential application of RAPDs is their use for “tagging” simply-inherited (monogenic) pest-resistance genes and enabling more efficient identification and selection of genotypes carrying specific combinations of resistance genes. In this report, we propose and describe the use of heterogeneous inbred populations as sources of near… CONTINUE READING
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