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Use of PCR-based markers to assess genetic variation in rice (Oryza Sativa L.)

Beverley Joy Parsons

Use of PCR-based markers to assess genetic variation in rice (Oryza Sativa L.)

by Beverley Joy Parsons

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science.

Statementby Beverley Joy Parsons.
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Similarly, genetic variation in F. oxysporum f. sp. fragariae causing wilt disease in strawberry was studied using different molecular markers including RAPD [18]. Gupta and co-workers [14] reported the genetic polymorphism in six isolates of F. solani causing wilt disease .   Abstract • Background and Aims Aglaonema is an important ornamental foliage plant genus, but genetic relationships among its species and cultivars have not been reported. This study analysed genetic relatedness of 54 cultivars derived from nine species using amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) by:

A microsatellite is a tract of repetitive DNA in which certain DNA motifs (ranging in length from one to six or more base pairs) are repeated, typically 5–50 times. Microsatellites occur at thousands of locations within an organism's have a higher mutation rate than other areas of DNA leading to high genetic atellites are often referred to as short tandem repeats.   Hybridization Based DNA Markers. Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) markers reveal the differences among individuals by variation in the size of DNA fragments produced by restriction enzymes [].These markers enabled DNA variations to be tested as substitutions of a single base in the recognition sequence of a restriction enzyme altered the length of resultant restriction Cited by:

PCR-based markers PCR is one of the most consistent and advanced scientific techniques of all historical innovations. It is a molecular biology-based technique intended for enzymatically replicating (amplifying) a very small quantity of DNA without using a living organism. If you decide not to adopt the book for your class and you do not wish to keep the book for your personal use, simply return the book in resalable condition with a copy of your invoice and write cancel on the invoice. Customers outside the U.S. – Request an exam copy of the book for 60 days. You will initially pay for the book and if you.


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Use of PCR-based markers to assess genetic variation in rice (Oryza Sativa L.) by Beverley Joy Parsons Download PDF EPUB FB2

Molecular markers are useful tool for assessing genetic variations and resolving genotype identity. In the current study, genetic diversity among 20 rice genotypes was assessed using the random. Efficiency of three PCR-based markers in assessing genetic variation among cowpea Article (PDF Available) in Genome 45(2) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Therefore, the present study was undertaken with the aim to characterize and assess trends of genetic diversity in a large set of Indian rice varieties (released between –), conserved in the Use of PCR-based markers to assess genetic variation in rice book Gene Bank of India using SSR markers.

A set of Indian rice varieties were genotyped using 36 HvSSR markers to assess the genetic Cited by:   There are many molecular markers available such as hybridization-based marker or RFLP marker, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based markers such as RAPD, AFLP, SSR, Inter Simple Sequence Repeats (ISSR), Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) markers etc.

RFLP technique was applied to study the genetic variation and evolution of 20 species of Cited by: Overall, 52 well-spread microsatellite (SSR) markers covering all 12 chromosomes were used to characterize and assess genetic diversity among aromatic rice germplasm. Only 45 markers, however, showed clear and consistent polymorphic banding patterns and amplification of each genotype, indicating that these microsatellites were suitable for Cited by: 4.

Then, the PCR product can be visualized on agarose or polyacrylamide gels. PCR-based technology has been utilized widely in analysis of genetic diversity and recognition of DNA markers.

Due to the simplicity and high chances of success in PCR, many approaches for production of PCR based molecular markers were described.

Cited by:   The analysis also showed genetic variation among the aromatic rice germplasm tested, with similarity coefficient values ranging from todemonstrating a moderate degree of genetic Cited by: 4.

The use of random primers overcame the limitation of prior sequence knowledge for PCR analysis and being applicable to all organisms, facilitated the development of genetic markers for a variety of purposes.

PCR-based techniques can further be subdivided into two subcategories: (1) arbitrarily primed PCR-based techniques or sequence non Cited by:   Genetic markers are essential when developing or working with genetically variable populations.

Indel Group in Genomes ([IGG][1]) markers are primer pairs that amplify single-locus sequences that differ in size for two or more alleles. They are attractive for their ease of use for rapid genotyping and their codominant nature. Here, we describe a heuristic algorithm that uses a k-mer Cited by: 3.

DNA-based markers were developed and are being used in Musa, representing powerful tools to assess the genetic diversity and clarify the individual genetic characteristics and relationships. Researchers should select the best marker for a certain task; however, the recently developed molecular markers were more informative when applied in by: 2.

Molecular markers have three-fold applications in gene mapping: (i) a marker allows the direct identification of the gene of interest instead of the gene product, and consequently it serves as a useful tool for screening somatic cell hybrids; (ii) use of several DNA probes and easy-to-screen techniques, a marker also helps in physical mapping of the genes using in situ hybridization; and (iii Cited by: 1.

RFLP - RESTRICTION FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM RFLP & is very useful study in Genomic DNA Sequence. RFLP has been developed for chromosomes mapping of humans, mice, maize, tomato,rice,etc.

RFLP is a non-PCR based method. RFLP based Genetic Marker. In this Method DNA is digested with restriction Enzymes. RFLP is the co dominant marker. RFLP is. A total of 90 original articles concerning the varietal characterization and identification by means of SSR analysis of the five most economically relevant crops in Italy (i.e., Olea europaea L., Solanum lycopersicum L., Vitis vinifera L., Triticum spp.

and Malus × domestica Borkh.) have been selected and reviewed. Since the genetic traceability of processed products may result more complex Cited by: 1. Amongst the various PCR based markers used to assess genetic diversity within plants, amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) deserves special mention.

Developed by Vos et al. (), it has been extensively used in the assessment of genetic diversity within a wide range of plant species including orchids (Xiao et al.,Li et al., ).Cited by: 5. Qian, W., Ge, S., and Hong, D.-Y.

() Genetic variation within and among populations of a wild rice (Oryza granulata) from China detected by Cited by: Rice, being a staple food crop for over one-third of the world’s population, has become a potential target for many dishonest traders and stakeholders for mixing with low-grade, low-cost grains/products and poorly nutritious adulterants to make a profit with the least effort.

Single-nucleotide and insertion–deletion (InDel) polymorphisms have been widely used as DNA markers, not only in Cited by: 1. The present study was undertaken with the aim to assess the trend in genetic diversity of Indian rice varieties released and notified over the period from to and to understand the genetic relationship amongst the varieties by employing both hierarchical and model based approach using hyper variable simple sequence repeats (HvSSR) by:   Method development and choice of markers PCR-based multi-locus methods.

Shortly after the invention of the ingenious PCR procedure by Saiki and colleagues [], three PCR-based approaches to generate DNA fingerprints were published more or less at the same of these methods used single oligonucleotide primers with arbitrary sequences to produce PCR fragments Cited by: The blunt snout bream (Megalobrama amblycephala) is an important freshwater aquaculture fish throughout China.

Because of widespread introductions of this species to many regions, the genetic diversity of wild and natural populations is now threatened. In the present study, SRAP (sequence-related amplified polymorphism) markers were used to assess genetic diversity of blunt snout by: 8.

In this book, we are happy to bring together papers from the meeting in Turin (international workshop held from 5 to 7 March in Turin, Italy) and the background and summary documents from the subsequent e-mail conference.

The book aims to provide an updated overview of the current status of the world's genetic resources for food and agriculture, of the use of biotechnology tools for. The Arabian Peninsula is known to have a comprehensive and rich endowment of unique and genetically diverse plant genetic resources.

Analysis and conservation of biological diversity is a crucial issue to the whole Arabian Peninsula. The rapid and accurate delimitation and identification of a species is crucial to genetic diversity analysis and the first critical step in the assessment of Cited by: 2.Ideally the markers should capture the main sources of neutral and non‐neutral population genetic variation – local adaptation, genetic drift, gene flow, and mutation – and the interactions between these sources.

Given the complexity of these genetic objectives, there is Cited by: From the practical standpoint, however, the maintenance of genetic integrity among micropropagated plants vis-à-vis explant source(s) will be one of the most crucial concerns for the reasons that advantages like high yield, uniform quality of commercial product and shorter rotation period, in the use of elite genotype(s) over natural seedlings Cited by: