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Evolution and applications of pine microsatellites
Karhu, Auli, Evolution and applications of pine microsatellites. Department of Biology, University of Oulu, P.O.Box 3000, FIN-90014 University of Oulu, Finland. 2001. Oulu, Finland. (Manuscript received 19 February 2001). Abstract. The evolution of microsatellites was studied within and between the pine species.
Microsatellites and their genomic distribution, evolution, function and
mapping economically important quantitative traits, identifying genes responsible for these traits and application to marker-assisted breeding programmes. In this review, genomic distribution, function, evolution and practical applications of microsatellites are considered, with special emphasis on fish genetics and ...
Alelle Number and Heterozigosity for Microsatellite Loci in Different
Mutation rate at commonly used forensic STR loci: Paternity testing experience. Dis. Markers 20: 313-315. Beaumont, M.A. & M.W. Bruford. 1999. Microsatellites in conservation genetics, p.165-182. In D.B. Goldstein & C. Schlötterer (eds.), Microsatellites: Evolution and applications. Oxford University Press, New York, 368p.
Microsatellites for ecologists: a practical guide to using and
Microsatellites have emerged as the most popular and versatile marker type for ecological applications. The rise of commercial services that can isolate microsatellites for new study species and genotype samples at reasonable prices presents ecologists with the unprecedented .... examine their evolution (Li et al. 2002).
Microsatellite evolution inferred from human– chimpanzee genomic
Most studies of microsatellite evolution utilize long, highly muta- ble loci, which are unrepresentative of the .... of microsatellite evolution by analyzing long genomic sequences, containing numerous microsatellite loci, ..... Eisen, J. A. ( 1999) in Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications, eds. Goldstein,. D. B. & Schlötterer, C.
Cross-species transfer of nuclear microsatellite markers: potential
Keywords: animals, cross-species amplification, DNA sequencing, fungi, microsatellites, plants ... tion rates, constraints on microsatellite evolution, or homo- plasy ..... satellite evolution. In: Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications. (eds Goldstein DB, Schlötterer C), pp. 66–79. Oxford University. Press, Oxford, UK. Barbará T ...
Statistical analysis of microsatellite DNA data
Evol. 10, 1298–1311. 23 Beaumont, M.A. and Bruford, M.W. (1998). Microsatellites in conservation genetics, in. Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications. (Goldstein, D.B. and Schlötterer, C., eds), pp. 165–182, Oxford University Press. 24 Taberlet, P. et al. Noninvasive genetic sampling: look before you leap, Trends Ecol.
Development of microsatellite markers for Hancornia speciosa
Jul 3, 2015 ... Genome Res. 8: 175-185. Goldstein DB and Schlotterer C (1999). Microsatellites: evolution and applications. Oxford University Press, New York. Hall TA (1999). BioEdit: a user-friendly biological sequence alignment editor and analysis program for Windows 95/98/. NT. Nucleic Acids Symp. Ser. 41: 95-98.
Microsatellite Sequences of Mammals and Their Applications in
1993; Jarne and Lagoda, 1996; Goldstein and Schlotterer,. 1999). This article reviews about the occurrence, evolution, polymarphism and functional significance of microsatellites and their application in the genome analysis in the pigs. OCCURRENCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF. MICROSATELLITES. A striking feature of the ...
Microsatellite Evolution: Markov Transition Functions for a Suite of
direct observation of microsatellite mutation in parent-child pairs and provides analytical expressions for the ... data are relatively easy to collect and the evolution of the microsatellites provides several modeling ...... Goldstein, D. B., and Schlotterer, C., 1999 Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications, Oxford University Press,.
A New Genetic Distance with Application to Constrained Variation at
1999 by the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. ISSN: 0737-4038. A New Genetic Distance with Application to Constrained Variation at. Microsatellite Loci. Lev A. Zhivotovsky. Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences. Genetic variation at microsatellite loci is supposed to be constrained ...
Microsatellites: Identification, Evolution and their Development for
Microsatellite variation in north american populations of drosophila melanogaster . Nucleic Acids Res.,. 23(19), 3882–6. Hancock, J. M. (1999). Microsatellites and other simple sequences: genomic context and mutational mechanisms. In D. B. Goldstein and C. Schloetterer, editors, Microsatellites: Evolution and Application, ...
Ascertainment bias, directionality, evolution, genome size, microsatellite, mutation, vertebrates. ... the abundance of microsatellite evolutionary precursors. ...... satellite evolution. Pp. 66–79 in D. B. Goldstein and C. Schlöt- terer, eds. Microsatellites: evolution and applications. Oxford. Univ. Press, Oxford, U.K.. Amos, W., and ...
Microsatellite Variability Differs Between Dinucleotide Repeat Motifs
2000 by the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. ISSN: 0737-4038. Microsatellite Variability Differs Between Dinucleotide Repeat Motifs—. Evidence from Drosophila melanogaster. Doris Bachtrog, Martin Agis, Marianne Imhof, and Christian Schlötterer. Institut für Tierzucht und Genetik, Vienna, Austria. Recently, the ...
Voltage-sensing mechanism is conserved among ion channels
Reich, D. E. & Goldstein, D. B. Microsatellites: Evolution and Applications 128– 138 (Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford/New York, 1999). 13. Tishkoff, S. A. et al. Haplotype diversity and linkage disequilibrium at human G6PD: recent origin of alleles that confer malarial resistance. Science 293, 455–462 (2001). 14. Rozas, J. & Rozas ...
The rise, fall and renaissance of microsatellites in eukaryotic genomes
Summary. Microsatellites are among the most versatile of genetic markers, being used in an impressive number of biologi- cal applications. However, the evolutionary dynamics of these markers remain a source of contention. Almost. 20 years after the discovery of these ubiquitous simple sequences, new genomic data are ...
Microsatellite Markers in Plants and Insects. Part I: Applications of
Mendelian eo-dominant markers that provide insights into non-Mendelian inheritance such as microsatellite evolution, replication, repair, recombination, and mutation. These characteristics have made microsatellites the genetic marker of choice for most technologically driven applications in plant and insect genetic studies ...
Fast, cost-effective development of species-specific microsatellite
Introduction. Microsatellites have emerged as one of the most popular genetic markers for a wide range of applications in population genetics, conservation biology, and evolu- tionary biology (1). Their high mutation rates and simple Mendelian mode of inheritance make them particularly suitable for the study of fine ...
Chloroplast microsatellites: measures of genetic diversity and the
Keywords: chloroplast microsatellites, genetic diversity, homoplasy, coalescent. 6 simulation, conifers. 7. Correspondence: .... Modelling chloroplast microsatellite evolution. 90. Simulation of Coalescent Events ..... simple sequence repeat regions in chloroplast genomes: applications to the. 391 population genetics of pines.
Characteristics of Plant Microsatellite Markers that Confer Higher
Applications in Plant Sciences. 1 of 12. For many researchers, microsatellites continue to be the marker of choice for surveys of genetic diversity and structure, as ...... 1999 . Microsatellites: Evolution and applications . Oxford University Press , Oxford, United Kingdom. GRIST, S. A. , F. A. FIGAIRA, AND A. A. MORLEY. 1993 .