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- Afanador-Kafuri, L.; Mejía, J. F.; González, A.; Álvarez, E.
- Plant disease 2015 v.99 no.7 pp. 994-1001
- Rosa roxburghii, etc ; Fragaria vesca; Malus; Prunus persica; Pyrus communis; Rubus glaucus; anthracnose; binding sites; clones; cultivars; disease resistance; genes; genotype; hybrids; loci; polymerase chain reaction; powdery mildew; Colombia; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Five Andean blackberry Rubus genotypes, three resistant and two susceptible to anthracnose, were used to identify regions in the Rubus genome with homology to disease-resistance genes found in other plant species. Polymerase chain reaction amplification with 12 pairs of primers and fragment cloning yielded 520 clones, of which 151 showed inserts between 500 and 700 bp long. When sequenced, 47 clon ...
- Yan, Xiuqin; Zhang, Xue; Lu, Min; He, Yong; An, Huaming
- Gene 2015 v.561 pp. 54-62
- Rosa roxburghii, etc ; ascorbic acid; biosynthesis; databases; enzymes; fruiting; fruits; germplasm; indigenous species; loci; microsatellite repeats; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; screening; selection methods; sequence homology; transcription factors; transcriptome; transcriptomics; unigenes; China; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Rosa roxburghii Tratt. is a well-known ornamental rose species native to China. In addition, the fruits of this species are valued for their nutritional and medicinal characteristics, especially their high ascorbic acid (AsA) levels. Nevertheless, AsA biosynthesis in R. roxburghii fruit has not been explored in detail because of a lack of genomic resources for this species. High-throughput transcr ...