Linkage disequilibrium , genetic association mapping and gene localization in crop plants

@inproceedings{Sorkheh2008LinkageD,
  title={Linkage disequilibrium , genetic association mapping and gene localization in crop plants},
  author={Karim Sorkheh and Lyudmyla V. Malysheva-Otto and Michelle G Wirthensohn and Saeed Tarkesh-Esfahani and Pedro Mart{\'i}nez-G{\'o}mez},
  year={2008}
}
DNA-based molecular markers have been extensively utilized for a variety of studies in both plant and animal systems. One of the major uses of these markers is the construction of genome-wide molecular maps and the genetic analysis of simple and complex traits. However, these studies are generally based on linkage analysis in mapping populations, thus placing serious limitations in using molecular markers for genetic analysis in a variety of plant populations. Therefore, alternative approach… CONTINUE READING
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