Development of a High-Density Genetic Map Based on Specific Length Amplified Fragment Sequencing and Its Application in Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis for Yield-Related Traits in Cultivated Peanut

Volume: 9
Published: Jun 26, 2018
Abstract
High-density genetic maps (HDGMs) are very useful for genomic studies and quantitative trait loci (QTL) mapping. However, the low frequency of DNA polymorphisms in peanut has limited the quantity of available markers and hindered the construction of a HDGM. This study generated a peanut genetic map with the highest number of high-quality SNPs based on SLAF-seq technology and a newly constructed RIL population (‘ZH16’ × ‘sd-H1’). The constructed...
Paper Details
Title
Development of a High-Density Genetic Map Based on Specific Length Amplified Fragment Sequencing and Its Application in Quantitative Trait Loci Analysis for Yield-Related Traits in Cultivated Peanut
Published Date
Jun 26, 2018
Volume
9
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