Microsatellite markers differentiate eight Giessen cherry rootstocks

@inproceedings{Struss2002MicrosatelliteMD,
  title={Microsatellite markers differentiate eight Giessen cherry rootstocks},
  author={Darush Struss and Manuela Boritzki and Renate Karle and Amy F. Iezzoni},
  year={2002}
}
  • Darush Struss, Manuela Boritzki, +1 author Amy F. Iezzoni
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Two rootstocks from the Giessen (GiSelA) series of dwarfing cherry (Prunus sp.) rootstocks, GiSelA (GI) 5 (syn. 148/2) and GI 6 (syn. 148/1), are becoming commercially important and five other Giessen cherry rootstocks are being evaluated for horticultural traits. Since GI 5 and GI 6 are morphologically similar, a DNA fingerprinting project was undertaken to identify molecular markers that could be used by the nursery industry to differentiate these two rootstocks. The project was extended to… CONTINUE READING

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