Breeding Science
Online ISSN : 1347-3735
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Strawberry cultivar identification based on hypervariable SSR markers
Masanori HonjoTsukasa NunomeSono KataokaTakayoshi YanoHiromichi YamazakiMegumi HamanoSusumu YuiMasami Morishita
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2011 Volume 61 Issue 4 Pages 420-425

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We genotyped strawberry cultivars by two newly selected and two previously reported SSR markers. All four markers produced interpretable electropherograms from 75 accessions consisting of 72 Fragaria × ananassa cultivars or lines and three octoploid Fragaria species accessions. These SSR markers were highly polymorphic; in particular, one of the newly developed markers, FxaHGA02P13, was capable of distinguishing all of the accessions except for a mutant strain that was derived from another accession in the set. When two markers were combined, all 48 full-sib individuals could be distinguished. Fingerprinting patterns were reproducible between multiple samples, including the leaves, sepals, and fruit flesh of the same accession. Principal-coordinate analysis of the 75 accessions detected several groups, which reflect taxon and breeding site. Together with other available markers, these SSR markers will contribute to the management of strawberry genetic resources and the protection of breeders’ rights.

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