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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Microsatellite-dense Genetic Map: Towards Genome Coverage In A Tropical Maize (zea Mays L.) Population [mapa Genético Saturado De Microssat́lite: Caminhando Para Uma Cobertura Genômica Em Uma População De Milho Tropical (zea Mays L.).]|
de Souza Jr C.L.
de Souza A.P.
|Abstract:||Dense molecular genetic maps are used for an efficient quantitative trait loci (QTL) mapping and in the marker-assisted selection programs. A dense genetic map was generated with 139 microsatellite markers using 256 F2 plants generated by the crossing of two tropical maize inbred lines (L-02-03D and L-20-01F). This map presented 1,858.61 cM in length, where 10 linkage groups were found spanned, with an average interval of 13.47 cM between adjacent markers. Seventy seven percent of the maize genetic mapping bins were covered, which means an increase of 14% coverage in relation to the previous tropical maize maps. The results provide a more detailed and informative genetic map in a tropical maize population representing the first step to make possible the studies of genetic architecture to identify and map QTL and estimate their effects on the variation of quantitative traits, thus allowing the manipulation and use in tropical maize breeding programs.|
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