Marker utility of transposable elements for plant genetics, breeding, and ecology: a review

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Variation is the primary source for plant and animal breeding and evolution, and hence, the detection of variation is an integral part of genetics, breeding, and ecology. Various molecular marker systems have been developed to detect genetic variation. They detect sequence variations (e.g., restriction fragment length polymorphism, randomly amplified… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s13258-014-0252-3

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@article{Roy2014MarkerUO, title={Marker utility of transposable elements for plant genetics, breeding, and ecology: a review}, author={Neha Samir Roy and Ji-Yeong Choi and Sung-Il Lee and Namsoo Kim}, journal={Genes & Genomics}, year={2014}, volume={37}, pages={141-151} }