EST-SSR

Inference of genetic diversity in popcorn S3 progenies

G. F. Pena, Amaral, Jr, A. Tdo, Ribeiro, R. M., Ramos, H. C. C., Boechat, M. S. B., Santos, J. S., Mafra, G. S., Kamphorst, S. H., de Lima, V. J., Vivas, M., Filho, G. Ade Souza, Pena, G. F., Amaral, Jr, A. Tdo, Ribeiro, R. M., Ramos, H. C. C., Boechat, M. S. B., Santos, J. S., Mafra, G. S., Kamphorst, S. H., de Lima, V. J., Vivas, M., and Filho, G. Ade Souza, Inference of genetic diversity in popcorn S3 progenies, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Molecular markers are a useful tool for identification of complementary heterotic groups in breeding programs aimed at the production of superior hybrids, particularly for crops such as popcorn in which heterotic groups are not well-defined. The objective of the present study was to analyze the genetic diversity of 47 genotypes of tropical popcorn to identify possible heterotic groups for the development of superior hybrids. Four genotypes of high genetic value were studied: hybrid IAC 125, strain P2, and varieties UENF 14 and BRS Angela.

Development of expressed sequence tag-simple sequence repeat markers for genetic characterization and population structure analysis of Praxelis clematidea (Asteraceae)

Q. Z. Wang, Huang, M., Downie, S. R., Chen, Z. X., Wang, Q. Z., Huang, M., Downie, S. R., and Chen, Z. X., Development of expressed sequence tag-simple sequence repeat markers for genetic characterization and population structure analysis of Praxelis clematidea (Asteraceae), vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Invasive plants tend to spread aggressively in new habitats and an understanding of their genetic diversity and population structure is useful for their management. In this study, expressed sequence tag-simple sequence repeat (EST-SSR) markers were developed for the invasive plant species Praxelis clematidea (Asteraceae) from 5548 Stevia rebaudiana (Asteraceae) expressed sequence tags (ESTs). A total of 133 microsatellite-containing ESTs (2.4%) were identified, of which 56 (42.1%) were hexanucleotide repeat motifs and 50 (37.6%) were trinucleotide repeat motifs.

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