Microsatellite marker analysis of an anther-derived potato family: skewed segregation and gene-centromere mapping.

@article{Chani2002MicrosatelliteMA,
  title={Microsatellite marker analysis of an anther-derived potato family: skewed segregation and gene-centromere mapping.},
  author={Eduard Chani and Varda Ashkenazi and Jossi Hillel and Richard E Veilleux},
  journal={Genome},
  year={2002},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={236-42}
}
Segregation patterns of polymorphic simple sequence repeat (SSR) primer pairs were investigated in monoploid potato families derived from anther culture. A total of 14 primers developed from the sequences in the database, as well as from a genomic library of potato, was used. Distorted segregation was observed for seven (50%) polymorphic loci among monoploids derived from an interspecific hybrid. Similar distortion was observed for only one of five loci that could be contrasted between the two… CONTINUE READING
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