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Cross-species amplification from crop soybean Glycine max provides informative microsatellite markers for the study of inbreeding wild relatives

Hempel, K; Peakall, Rodney


The development of microsatellite markers through transfer of primers from related species (cross-species amplification) remains a little-explored alternative to the de novo method in plants. In this study of 100 microsatellite loci from Glycine max, we examined two aspects of primer transfer. First, we tested if source locus properties can predict primer transfer and polymorphism in Glycine cyrtoloba and Glycine clandestina. We transferred 23 primers to G. cyrtoloba and 42 to G. clandestina,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2003
Type: Journal article
Source: Genome
DOI: 10.1139/g03-013


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