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|Title:||A consensus linkage map of barley|
|Citation:||Molecular Breeding: new strategies in plant improvement, 1995; 1(4):389-395|
|Publisher:||Kluwer Academic Publishers|
|Abstract:||A consensus linkage map of the barley genome was constructed. The map is based on six doubled haploid and one F2 population. The mapping data for three of the doubled haploid populations was obtained via the GrainGenes database. To allow merger of the maps, only RFLP markers that produce a single scorable band were included. Although this reduced the available markers by about half, the resultant map contains a total of 587 markers including 87 of known function. As expected, gene order was highly conserved between maps and all but two discrepancies were found in closely linked markers and are likely to result from the small population sizes used for some maps. The consensus map allows the rapid localisation of markers between published maps and should facilitate the selection of markers for high-density mapping in defined regions. © 1995 Kluwer Academic Publishers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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