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GrainGenes Locus Report: HVCSG

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Locus
HVCSG  [ Marker Report ]
Type
Microsatellite
Probe
HVCSG
Chromosome
2 (2H)
2H
Map
Barley, B73xCPI-2H157.3
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Bin
2H_14.1_k14
Binlocus in
2H-Bin 13
Map Data
Barley consensus 2003
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Reference
ReferenceWenzl P et al. (2006) A high-density consensus map of barley linking DArT markers to SSR, RFLP and STS loci and agricultural traits BMC Genomics 7:206.
Data Source
Kleinhofs, Andris
Langridge, Peter J.
Remark
Number of populations contributing to the placement of HvCSG in the Barley, Consensus 2006 DArT maps = 1
This marker is a Binlocus in the Hordeum-Bins maps, i.e. a marker mapped in other crosses and located to the Steptoe x Morex bin
Bin on the 'Barley, Integrated, Marcel 2009' Map Set : 'chromosome_kleinhofs & graner BIN nb.subBIN nb'
Mapping population(s) used for locus placement on the 'Barley, Integrated, Marcel 2009' Map Set = Nure x Tremois

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