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GrainGenes Locus Report: Xgwm107-4B

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Locus
Xgwm107-4B  [ Marker Report ]
Type
Microsatellite
Probe
WMS107
Chromosome
4B
Chromosome Arm
4BL
Map
Chinese_Spring_Deletion_SSR_4B-0.185
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Breakpoint Interval
C-4BS4-0.37
Map Data
T. turgidum, Omrabi5 x dicoccoides, QTL
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Reference
ReferenceSomers DJ et al. (2004) A high-density wheat microsatellite consensus map for bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109:1105-1114.
ReferenceSomers DJ et al. (2003) Molecular mapping of novel genes controlling Fusarium head blight resistance and deoxynivalenol accumulation in spring wheat Genome 46:555-564.
ReferenceRoder MS et al. (1998) A microsatellite map of wheat Genetics 149:2007-2023.
Data Source
Roeder, Marion S.98.09.15
Remark
In Map Ta-Synthetic/Opata-SSR-4B, the intervals most likely to contain locus are Xbcd1262 - Xbcd1265 or distal to Xbcd1262
Possible Orthologs
{gwm107}gwm107
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