Identification of cut rose (Rosa hybrida) and rootstock varieties using robust sequence tagged microsatellite site markers

  title={Identification of cut rose (Rosa hybrida) and rootstock varieties using robust sequence tagged microsatellite site markers},
  author={Gerhard D Esselink and M. Smulders and Ben Vosman},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
In this study a DNA fingerprinting protocol was developed for the identification of rose varieties based on the variability of microsatellites. Microsatellites were isolated from Rosa hybrida L. using enriched small insert libraries. In total 24 polymorphic sequenced tagged microsatellite site (STMS) markers with easily scorable allele profiles, from six different linkage groups, were used to characterize 46 Hybrid Tea varieties and 30 rootstock varieties belonging to different species (Rosa… CONTINUE READING
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