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- Hu, Chih-Yi; Lee, Tair-Chyang; Tsai, Hsien-Tsung; Tsai, You-Zen; Lin, Shun-Fu
- Euphytica 2013 v.191 no.1 pp. 141-152
- Camellia sinensis; amplified fragment length polymorphism; chromosome mapping; crossing; cultivars; linkage groups; loci; marker-assisted selection; microsatellite repeats; paternity; quantitative trait loci; random amplified polymorphic DNA technique; seedlings; segregation distortion; tea
- ... Genetic study on important traits of tea is difficult because of its self-incompatibility in nature. Moreover, development of a new variety usually needs more than 20 years, since it takes many years from seedling to matured plants for trait investigation. Genetic map is an essential tool for genetic study and breeding. In this study, we have developed an integrated genetic map of tea (Camellia si ...
- Okamura, Masachika; Nakayama, Masayoshi; Umemoto, Naoyuki; Cano, Emilio A.; Hase, Yoshihiro; Nishizaki, Yuzo; Sasaki, Nobuhiro; Ozeki, Yoshihiro
- Euphytica 2013 v.191 no.1 pp. 45-56
- Dianthus caryophyllus; callistephin; color; corolla; crossing; cultivars; genes; ions; irradiation; malic acid; mutants; pelargonidin; sap
- ... In general, carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus) have each of four kinds of anthocyanins acylated by malic acid. A few carnation cultivars are known to display a peculiar dusky color supposedly caused by anthocyanic vacuolar inclusions (AVIs). The hereditary pattern suggests that the peculiar color is controlled by a single recessive factor tightly linked with existence of AVIs containing non-acylat ...