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Genetic linkage of the Arabidopsis genome: methods for mapping with recombinant inbreds and random amplified polymorphic DNAs (RAPDs)



Genetic linkage of the Arabidopsis genome: methods for mapping with recombinant inbreds and random amplified polymorphic DNAs (RAPDs)



Methods in Arabidopsis research: 170-190



This paper focuses on the use of genetically mapped DNA markers in studies of the inheritance of genetic traits and variation among populations, and also as tools in breeding programmes and in chromosome walking approaches to gene cloning. A discussion is drawn on the first step in the construction of a map: the selection of a mapping population. The characteristics of RFLPs and RAPDs and their advantages and disadvantages as genetic markers to detect polymorphisms are outlined.

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