Series: Advances in Cellular and Molecular Biology of Plants Volume: 6
Edited By: Ronald L Phillips and Indra K Vasil
512 pages, Tabs
Describes the new techniques which save considerable time.
'Overall, the book is a very useful overview of DNA marker technology. It nicely complements existing manuals, such as DNA Marker: Protocols, Applications and Overviews. Many graduate students, researchers beginning in a new area or those wishing to learn about this fast developing field will also find it worthwhile. It could also be useful for plant breeders, and bioinformatics specialists serving the plant science community.' Plant Science, 161 (2001)
Part 1: Some concepts and new methods for molecular mapping in plants; B. Burr. RFLP technology; G. Kochert. Constructing a plant genetic linkage map with DNA markers; N.D. Young. Mapping quantitative trait loci; S.J. Knapp. Breeding multigenic traits; C.W. Stuber. Nuclear DNA markers in systems and evolution; R. Whitkus, J. Doebley, J.F. Wendel. Part 2 RFLP Maps: Molecular marker maps of major crops species; R.L. Phillips, I.K. Vasil. Molecular maps of Alfalfa; E.C. Brummer, C.S. Echt, T.J. McCoy, K.K. Kidwell, T.C. Osborn, G.B. Kiss, G. Csanadi, K. Kalman, J. Gyoeoryey, L. Okresz, A.E. Raczkevy, J.H. Bouton, G. Kochert. An integrated RFLP map of "Arabidopsis thaliana"; H.M. Goodman, S. Hanley, S. Cartinhour, J.M. Cherry, B. Hauge. RFLP maps of Barley; A. Kleinhofs, A. Kilian. DNA-based marker maps of Brassica; C.F. Quiros, Junguo Hu, J.M. Truco. Genetic mapping in Lettuce; R.W. Michelmore, R.V. Kesseli, E.J. Ryder. RFLP maps of Maize; E.H. Coe, J.M. Gardner. RFLP map of Peanut; T. Halward, H.T. Stalker, G. Kochert. "Phaseolus vulgaris" the common bean; C.E. Vallejos. RFLP map of the Potato; C. Gebhardt, E. Ritter, F. Salamini. Rice molecular map; S.D. Tanksley. Generation of a genetic map for "Sorghum bicolor"; J.L. Bennetzen, A. Melake-Berhan. RFLP map of Soybean; R.C. Shoemaker. Tomato molecular map; S.D. Tanksley. RFLP maps of bread Wheat; G.E. Hart. Development of RFLP-based linkage maps in diploid and hexaploid oat ("Avena" sp.); L.S. O'Donoughe, J.P. Rayapati, S.F. Kianian, M.E. Sorrells, S.D. Tanksley, M. Lee, H.W. Rines, R.L. Phillips.
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