Phenotypic characterization

Morphoagronomic characterization and genetic diversity of a common bean RIL mapping population derived from the cross Rudá x AND 277

L. C. Silva, Batista, R. O., Anjos, R. S. R., Souza, M. H., Carneiro, P. C. S., Souza, T. L. P. O., Barros, E. G., Carneiro, J. E. S., Silva, L. C., Batista, R. O., Anjos, R. S. R., Souza, M. H., Carneiro, P. C. S., Souza, T. L. P. O., Barros, E. G., and Carneiro, J. E. S., Morphoagronomic characterization and genetic diversity of a common bean RIL mapping population derived from the cross Rudá x AND 277, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Recombinant inbred lines (RILs) are a valuable resource for building genetic linkage maps. The presence of genetic variability in the RILs is essential for detecting associations between molecular markers and loci controlling agronomic traits of interest. The main goal of this study was to quantify the genetic diversity of a common bean RIL population derived from a cross between Rudá (Mesoamerican gene pool) and AND 277 (Andean gene pool). This population was developed by the single seed descent method from 500 F2 plants until the F10 generation.

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