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2012 | 61 | 4 | 597-602
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Charakterystyka i zastosowanie ssr oraz issr w badaniach genomów roślinnych

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Characteristic and applications of ssr and issr in study of plant genomes.
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W badaniach roślin markery DNA stanowią odpowiednie narzędzie pozwalające na szczegółową genetyczną analizę, mapowanie genów oraz określenie genetycznego zróżnicowania. Sekwencje mikrosatelitarne i obszary znajdujące się między nimi okazały się ważnym źródłem markerów DNA i były z powodzeniem stosowane przy badaniach genetycznego zróżnicowania, mapowaniu genomów, selekcji cech pożądanych w rolnictwie oraz przy rozróżnianiu genotypów. Markery SSR (ang simple sequence repeat) i ISSR (ang. inter simple sequence repeat) wykazują wiele zalet w porównaniu do innych markerów stosowanych w badaniach genetycznych. Charakteryzują się one wysokim polimorfizmem i dużą częstością występowania. Niniejszy przegląd przedstawia cechy i zastosowanie markerów SSR i ISSR w badaniach genomów roślinnych.
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In plant investigations, DNA based markers are suitable tools for detailed genetic analysis, gene mapping and estimation of genetic diversity. Microsatellites and regions between them are important source of DNA markers and have been successfully applied for detection of genetic diversity, genome mapping, marker assisted selection of agronomically important traits and genotype differentiation. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) and inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers have many advantages for genetic studies over other markers. They are highly polymorphic and abundant. This review aimed to characterize and present possible applications of SSR and ISSR in plant genome research.
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61
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4
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597-602
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2012
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  • Katedra Biologii Komórki Wydział Biologii Uniwersytet Szczeciński Wąska 13 71-415 Szczecin, Polska
  • Katedra Biologii Komórki Wydział Biologii Uniwersytet Szczeciński Wąska 13 71-415 Szczecin, Polska
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  • Katedra Biologii Komórki Wydział Biologii Uniwersytet Szczeciński Wąska 13 71-415 Szczecin, Polska
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