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cimmyt wheat landrace accessions investigated with SSRs and implications for plant genetic resources management. Crop Sci. 45 :653–661. Melchinger A.E. Genetic diversity among and

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Acta Agronomica Hungarica
Authors: Z. Jurković, K. Dugalić, M. Viljevac, I. Piližota, A. Vokurka, B. Puškar, and I. Pejić

Wünsch, A., Hormaza, J. I. (2002): Molecular characterisation of sweet cherry ( Prunus avium L.) genotypes using peach [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] SSR sequences. Heredity , 89 , 56–63. Hormaza

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. Nauk Gruzin. SSR 71 (1973), 289–291. MR 48 #12297 Harazišvili A. B. Towards the problem of illumination Soobshch. Akad. Nauk Gruzin. SSR

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. F. 1979 Necessary conditions of optimality for the hyperbolic systems with control in the derivative coefficient Izv. AN Az. SSR Ser. Phys. Tech. Math. 6 37 – 42

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.J., Shi, J.R., Singh, S., Fikus, E.W., Costa, J.M., Lewis, J., Gill, B.S., Ward, R., Cregan, P.B. 2005. Development and mapping of microsatellite (SSR) markers in wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 110 :550–560. Cregan P

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.1, 0.3, 0.5 and 0.7) were synthesized by two different methods, i.e. solid state reaction (SSR) and suspension mixing of materials (SMM). As the initial compounds for preparation of the sample by ceramic method were used CeO 2 (ML-Chemica, Troubsko, CZ

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segregant analysis PCR polymerase chain reaction SSR simple sequence repeat

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. 2002. Genetic diversity and its correlation to heterosis in maize as revealed by SSR-based markers. Maydica 47 :1–8. Konstantinov K. Genetic diversity and its correlation to

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transferability and comparative mapping of barley EST-SSR markers in wheat, rye and rice. Plant Sci. 168 :195–202. Graner A. Interspecific transferability and comparative mapping of barley

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Adonina, I.G., Salina, E.A., Efremova, T.T., Pshenichnikova, T.A. 2004. The study of introgressive lines of Triticum aestivum × Aegilops speltoides by in situ and SSR analyses. Plant Breeding 123

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