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GrainGenes Locus Report: Xgwm179-5A

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Locus
Xgwm179-5A  [ Marker Report ]
Type
Microsatellite
Probe
WMS179
Chromosome
5A
Map
Kofa/UC1113-5A193.5
Ta-SSR-2004-5A139.8
Ta-Synthetic/Opata-BARC-5A111.3
Ta-Synthetic/Opata-GPW-5A167.2
Ta-Synthetic/Opata-SSR-5A168.1
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Map Data
Durum wheat, Kofa x UC1113
Wheat, Consensus SSR, 2004
Wheat, Synthetic x Opata, BARC
Wheat, Synthetic x Opata, GPW
Wheat, Synthetic x Opata, SSR
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.
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-5A, the interval most likely to contain locus is between Xgwm126 and Xmwg2112
Possible Orthologs
{gwm179}Xgwm179
Xgwm179-5R
gwm179
gwm179-5A

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