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Molecular linkage maps: strategies, resources and achievements

Abstract : The development of genetic maps in grapevine started in the late 90s. It greatly benefi ted from the development of SSR markers by an international consortium, leading to the construction of integrated genetic maps. Software was improved for facilitating map construction in full sib families. A review of the different strategies that were developed for mapping in grapevine, including mapping populations, software and markers is provided here together with a discussion on their interest and limitations. Thanks to all these resources and experience, genetic mapping is now easy to handle in grapevine and is now widely used for QTL detection, map-based cloning, comparative mapping across species and genome sequence anchoring.
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Guido Cipriani, Gabriele Di Gaspero, Aurelie Canaguier, Julie Jusseaume, Johan Tassin, et al.. Molecular linkage maps: strategies, resources and achievements. Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Crop Plants, Sciences Publishers, 390 p., 2011, 978-1-57808-717-4. ⟨hal-02806958⟩



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