Simple sequence repeat (SSR)

Diversity, population structure, and evolution of local peach cultivars in China identified by simple sequence repeats

Z. J. Shen, Ma, R. J., Cai, Z. X., Yu, M. L., and Zhang, Z., Diversity, population structure, and evolution of local peach cultivars in China identified by simple sequence repeats, vol. 14, pp. 101-117, 2015.

The fruit peach originated in China and has a history of domestication of more than 4000 years. Numerous local cultivars were selected during the long course of cultivation, and a great morphological diversity exists. To study the diversity and genetic background of local peach cultivars in China, a set of 158 accessions from different ecological regions, together with 27 modern varieties and 10 wild accessions, were evaluated using 49 simple sequence repeats (SSRs) covering the peach genome. Broad diversity was also observed in local cultivars at the SSR level.

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