Map order and linkage distances of molecular markers close to the supernodulation (nts-1) locus of soybean

@article{Kolchinsky1997MapOA,
  title={Map order and linkage distances of molecular markers close to the supernodulation (nts-1) locus of soybean},
  author={Alexander Kolchinsky and D. Landau-Ellis and Peter M. Gresshoff},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={1997},
  volume={254},
  pages={29-36}
}
Abstract The molecular characteristics of markers in the chromosome region surrounding the supernodulation gene (nts-1) of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) were investigated in 187 F2 plants from a cross of G. max cv. Bragg (nts) and G. soja PI468.397 (wild-type nodulation). RFLP marker pUTG-132a, linked tightly (0.7±0.5 cM) to nts-1, was converted to a PCR marker. The polymorphism resides within a 1.72 kb PstI fragment and consists of an 832 bp insertion in G. max relative to the wild progenitor… CONTINUE READING

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