Chloroplast DNA inheritance, ancestry, and sequencing in Fragaria

Citation:

Davis TM, Shields ME, Reinhard AE, et al. Chloroplast DNA inheritance, ancestry, and sequencing in Fragaria . Acta Hortic. 2010;859 :221-228.

Abstract:

In the emerging era of Next Generation (NextGen) technologies, molecular markers will continue to play important roles in research requiring targeted genotyping rather than global sequencing. Using chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) markers, we generated the first evidence confirming that cpDNA is maternally inherited in Fragaria, and defined likely diploid sources of the chloroplast genomes harbored by the Fragaria hexaploid, octoploid, and decaploid allopolyploid species. As a resource for future research on Fragaria cpDNA, we used a NextGen sequencing approach to assemble a draft sequence of the Fragaria vesca subsp. americana ‘Pawtuckaway’ chloroplast genome.

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DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2010.859.25
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