Transferability of SSR markers among wheat, rye, and triticale

@article{Kuleung2003TransferabilityOS,
  title={Transferability of SSR markers among wheat, rye, and triticale},
  author={Chatuporn Kuleung and Peter Stephen Baenziger and Ismail M Dweikat},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2003},
  volume={108},
  pages={1147-1150}
}
Abstract Simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers are a valuable tool for many purposes, such as mapping, fingerprinting, and breeding. However, they are only available in some economically important crops because of the high cost and labor intensity involved in their development. Comparative mapping reveals a high degree of colinearity between closely related species, which allows the exchange of markers between them. Our objective was to examine the transferability of SSR markers among wheat… 
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