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GrainGenes Locus Report: WG199

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Locus
WG199  [ Marker Report ]
Type
RFLP
Probe
WG199
Chromosome
4H
Chromosome Arm
4HL
Map
Barley-Consensus-4H76.6
Barley-Consensus2-4H123.9
Hordeum-Bins-4H138
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Binlocus in
4H-Bin 13
Map Data
Barley consensus
Barley consensus 2
Barley, BinMap 2005
Data Source
Kleinhofs, Andris
Remark
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
Possible Orthologs
{wg199}Xcnl.WG199
Xwg199
Xwg199-5A
Xwg199-5R

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