Microsatellite primers in Agave utahensis (Asparagaceae), a keystone species in the Mojave Desert and Colorado Plateau1

@inproceedings{Byers2014MicrosatellitePI,
  title={Microsatellite primers in Agave utahensis (Asparagaceae), a keystone species in the Mojave Desert and Colorado Plateau1},
  author={Charlee Byers and P Jeffrey Maughan and Jared Clouse and James R. Stewart},
  booktitle={Applications in plant sciences},
  year={2014}
}
UNLABELLED PREMISE OF THE STUDY Utah agave (Agave utahensis) and its putative subspecies, A. utahensis subsp. kaibabensis and A. utahensis subsp. utahensis, are keystone species of the Mojave Desert and Colorado Plateau in the southwestern United States. Here we developed microsatellite markers to study population structure and genetic diversity of the two subspecies of A. utahensis. • METHODS AND RESULTS We analyzed 22,386 454-pyrosequencing large contigs (>400 bp), derived from a genome… CONTINUE READING
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