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Examines the technologies available and their application in the analysis of wild plant populations, germplasm collections and plant breeding. Special attention has been paid to microsatellite analysis, single nucleotide polymorphism markers and new technologies, such as microarrays and non-gel based analysis of markers.
"An international group of academic and industrial researchers examines the technologies available and their application in the analysis of wild plant populations, germplasm collections, and plant breeding. The volume's 21 contributions are arranged in five sections: molecular markers available for use in plant genotyping; genotyping plant genetic resource collections; genotyping cultivated and wild germplasm; development of molecular markers for use in plant genotyping; and technical developments and issues in plant genotyping. Of likely interest to researchers in plant genetics, molecular biology, breeding, and biotechnology."--SciTech Book News
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