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Theor Appl Genet. 1996 Nov;93(7):1017-25. doi: 10.1007/BF00230119.

Molecular-mapping analysis in Brassica napus using isozyme, RAPD and RFLP markers on a doubled-haploid progeny.

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INRA, Station d'Amélioration des Plantes, BP 29 35650, Le Rheu, France.

Abstract

We have undertaken the construction of a Brassica napus genetic map with isozyme (4%), RFLP (26.5%) and RAPD (68%) markers on a 152 lines of a doubled-haploid population. The map covers 1765 cM and comprises 254 markers including three PCR-specific markers and a morphological marker. They are assembled into 19 linkage groups, covering approximatively 71% of the rapeseed genome. Thirty five percent of the studied markers did not segregate according to the expected Mendelian ratio and tended to cluster in eight specific linkage groups. In this paper, the structure of the genetic map is described and the existence of non-Mendelian segregations in linkage analysis as well as the origins of the observed distortions, are discussed. The mapped RFLP loci corresponded to the cDNAs already used to construct B. napus maps. The first results of intraspecific comparative mapping are presented.

PMID:
24162475
DOI:
10.1007/BF00230119

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