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. , Boersma , M. , Brehm , M. , Mader , E. , Offerhaus , D. , Spaak , P. ( 1998 ) Genetic markers, genealogies and biogeographic patterns in the cladocera . Aquatic Ecol. 32 , 37 – 51 . 34

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. 26. Williams , J. G. , Kubelik , A. R. , Livak , K. J. , Rafalski , J. A. , Tingey , S. V. ( 1990 ) DNA polymorphisms amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers

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– 1614 . Liu , K. , Muse , S.V. 2005 . Powermarker: An integrated analysis environment for genetic marker analysis . Bioinformatics 21 : 2128 – 2129

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amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers. Nucl. Acids Res. 18 , 6531–6535. Tingey S. V. DNA polymorphism amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers

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Williams, J., Kubelik, A. R., Livak, K. J. (1990) DNA polymorphisms amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers. Nucleic Acid Res. 18 , 6531–6535. Livak K J DNA

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., Sharma, P., Varshney, R. K., Sharma, S. K., Singh, N. K. (2008) Chickpea improvement: Role of wild species and genetic markers. Biotechnol. Genet. Eng. 25 , 267–314. Singh N. K

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.V. Tingey. 1990. DNA polymorphism amplified by arbitrary primers are useful as genetic markers. Nucleid Acid Res. 18: 6531–6535. Tingey S.V. DNA polymorphism amplified by arbitrary

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517 Lim, C. C., Krebs, S. L. and Arora, R. (1999): A 25-kDa dehydrin associated with genotype and age-dependent leaf freezing-tolerance in Rhododendron: a genetic marker for cold hardiness

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: V. Oslovičová, J.R. Simmonds, J.W. Snape, Z. Gálová, Z. Balážová, and I. Matušíková

In this study we evaluate the genetic diversity of a selection of wheat accessions characteristically grown and adapted to mid-European environments, using various molecular marker systems. Thirty-three simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were used alongside genic markers for known dwarfing genes, flowering time genes, and grain hardness genes, namely Rht-B1, Rht-D1, Ppd-D1, Vrn-A1, Vrn-B1, Vrn-D1 and Pinb-D1. In addition, variation was scored for the high-molecular-weight glutenin storage proteins, responsible for dough technological quality. A dendrogram was constructed using the UPGMA algorithm, based on the molecular data and the country of origin, giving an overview of their genetic similarity and relationships. The potential for the use of some agronomic traits in breeding, by providing a basis for multi-trait genetic selection in wheat breeding programs is discussed. Estimating the breeding values of crops using multiple genetic markers might help in breeding for varieties with good technological quality for growing under desired climatic conditions.

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The main criterion that determines the quality of durum wheat is the degree of suitability for pasta production (pasta-processing quality). In this regard, pigment content and the quantity of oxidative enzymes of durum wheat play important roles in the quality of pasta. It is now possible to examine these features and specify their effects using recently developed genetic markers and spectrophotometric measurement techniques. In the present study, LOX enzyme activity and pigment content are determined using molecular and biochemical scanning. According to the obtained results, Gediz-75, Gdem-12, Line-19, Zenit, Line-7 and Line-20 were determined as the most suitable lines or varieties for the production of quality pasta with regard to LOX enzyme activity. As for pigment content, Kyle, Zenit, Gdem-12, Gdem-2, TMB-1 and TMB-3 showed the highest potential for the production of yellow pasta. When pigment content and LOX enzyme activity were evaluated together, the potential of the Gediz-75, Gdem-12 and Zenit durum wheat varieties and lines to produce yellow pasta products was shown to be very high.

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