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Newly developed SSR markers reveal genetic diversity and geographical clustering in spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
Spinach is a popular leafy green vegetable due to its nutritional composition. It contains high concentrations of vitamins A, E, C, and K, and folic acid. Development of genetic markers for spinach is important for diversity ...
Transcriptomic analysis of boron hyperaccumulation mechanisms in Puccinellia distans
Puccinellia distans, common alkali grass, is found throughout the world and can survive in soils with boron concentrations that are lethal for other plant species. Indeed, P. distans accumulates very high levels of this ...
Development of genomic simple sequence repeat markers in faba bean by next-generation sequencing
Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is an important food legume crop with a huge genome. Development of genetic markers for faba bean is important to study diversity and for molecular breeding. In this study, we used Next Generation ...
Development of genomic simple sequence repeat markers in opium poppy by next-generation sequencing
Opium poppy (Papaver somniferum L.) is an important pharmaceutical crop with very few genetic marker resources. To expand these resources, we sequenced genomic DNA using pyrosequencing technology and examined the DNA ...
Genomic simple sequence repeat markers reveal patterns of genetic relatedness and diversity in sesame
(Crop Science Society of America, 2015)
Sesame (Sesamum indicum L. syn. Sesamum orientale L.) is an orphan crop species with most molecular genetic research work done in the last decade. In this study, we used a pyrosequencing approach for the development of ...
Development of EST-SSR markers for diversity and breeding studies in opium poppy
All publicly available opium poppy expressed sequence tag (EST) sequences, totalling 20 885, were assembled into unigenes and examined for simple sequence repeats (SSRs). Nearly 19% of the 14 957 unigenes contained SSRs ...