A genetic map ofSolanum phureja clone 1.22 constructed using RFLP and RAPD markers
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A genetic map of a widely used haploid inducer,Solanum phureja clone 1.22, was constructed. One hundred and twenty-two RFLP and twenty RAPD marker bands were specific toS. phureja clone 1.22, and were mapped on 100 loci (five to eleven loci per chromosome) in the span of 606 cM. These would be useful to monitor the chromosomes of the haploid inducer that may be eliminated from triploid embryos of 4x × 2x during the process of haploid induction from potato.
Additional Key WordsRFLP RAPD haploid inducer linkage map chromosome elimination
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