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AFLP maps of Petunia hybrida: building maps when markers cluster

J Strommer, Janny Peters (UGent) , Johannes Zethof (UGent) , Peter De Keukeleire (UGent) and Tom Gerats (UGent)
(2002) THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS. 105(6-7). p.1000-1009
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AFLP mapping in Petunia hybrida was undertaken with the intention of building a high-density genetic map suitable for applications such as map-based gene cloning. In total five maps were constructed from two mapping populations, with placement of more than 800 markers. Despite the large number of markers the resulting map is roughly ten-fold smaller than those of other plant species, including the closely related tomato. Low levels of recombination are reflected in clusters of tightly linked markers, both AFLPs and RFLPs, in all the maps. Clustering patterns vary between mapping populations, however, such that loci tightly linked in one population may be separable in another. Combined with earlier reports of aberrant meiotic pairing and recombination, our results suggest that, for species like petunia, map-based cloning may be more complex than in model species such as arabidopsis and tomato.
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CONSTRUCTION, GENES, FLOWER, TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT, SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY, MEIOTIC RECOMBINATION, CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION, LINKAGE MAPS, RFLP MARKERS, recombination, IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION, marker clusters, genetic map, AFLP, Petunia hybrida

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Strommer, J, Janny Peters, Johannes Zethof, Peter De Keukeleire, and Tom Gerats. 2002. “AFLP Maps of Petunia Hybrida: Building Maps When Markers Cluster.” Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105 (6-7): 1000–1009.
APA
Strommer, J., Peters, J., Zethof, J., De Keukeleire, P., & Gerats, T. (2002). AFLP maps of Petunia hybrida: building maps when markers cluster. THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS, 105(6-7), 1000–1009.
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Strommer J, Peters J, Zethof J, De Keukeleire P, Gerats T. AFLP maps of Petunia hybrida: building maps when markers cluster. THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS. 2002;105(6-7):1000–9.
MLA
Strommer, J, Janny Peters, Johannes Zethof, et al. “AFLP Maps of Petunia Hybrida: Building Maps When Markers Cluster.” THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS 105.6-7 (2002): 1000–1009. Print.
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  abstract     = {AFLP mapping in Petunia hybrida was undertaken with the intention of building a high-density genetic map suitable for applications such as map-based gene cloning. In total five maps were constructed from two mapping populations, with placement of more than 800 markers. Despite the large number of markers the resulting map is roughly ten-fold smaller than those of other plant species, including the closely related tomato. Low levels of recombination are reflected in clusters of tightly linked markers, both AFLPs and RFLPs, in all the maps. Clustering patterns vary between mapping populations, however, such that loci tightly linked in one population may be separable in another. Combined with earlier reports of aberrant meiotic pairing and recombination, our results suggest that, for species like petunia, map-based cloning may be more complex than in model species such as arabidopsis and tomato.},
  author       = {Strommer, J and Peters, Janny and Zethof, Johannes and De Keukeleire, Peter and Gerats, Tom},
  issn         = {0040-5752},
  journal      = {THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS},
  keyword      = {CONSTRUCTION,GENES,FLOWER,TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT,SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY,MEIOTIC RECOMBINATION,CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION,LINKAGE MAPS,RFLP MARKERS,recombination,IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION,marker clusters,genetic map,AFLP,Petunia hybrida},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6-7},
  pages        = {1000--1009},
  title        = {AFLP maps of Petunia hybrida: building maps when markers cluster},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00122-002-1009-y},
  volume       = {105},
  year         = {2002},
}

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