Plant Genotyping II: SNP Technology

Overview

Since the publication of Plant Genotyping: the DNA Fingerprinting of Plants in 2001, the techniques available for plant DNA analysis have advanced considerably. Recent developments focus on high-throughput methods and generally target single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) discovery and analysis. SNPs represent the most common form of genetic variation in both plants and animals and play a key role in revealing the molecular mechanisms underlying traits.
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Overview

Since the publication of Plant Genotyping: the DNA Fingerprinting of Plants in 2001, the techniques available for plant DNA analysis have advanced considerably. Recent developments focus on high-throughput methods and generally target single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) discovery and analysis. SNPs represent the most common form of genetic variation in both plants and animals and play a key role in revealing the molecular mechanisms underlying traits.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780643095724
  • Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2008
  • Pages: 304

Table of Contents

Contributors vii

Preface ix

1 SNP Discovery in Plants K.J. Edward R.L. Poole G.L. Barker 1

2 SNPs and Their Use in Maize A. Rafalski S. Tingey 30

3 Rare SNP Discovery with Endonucleases M.J. Cross 44

4 Sequence Polymorphisms in the Flanking Regions of Microsatellite Markers G. Ablett R.J. Henry 68

5 SNP Discovery by Ecotilling Using Capillary Electrophoresis F. Eliott G. Cordeiro P.C. Bundock R.J. Henry 78

6 Genotyping by Allele-specific PCR D.L.E. Waters P.C. Bundock R.J. Henry 88

7 The MassARRAY System for Plant Genomics D. Irwin 98

8 Mutation Screening L. Izquierdo 1 14

9 Nanotechnology: The Future of Cost-effective Plant Genotyping J.A. Pattemore M. Trau R.J. Henry 133

10 Functionally Associated Molecular Genetic Markers for Temperate Pasture Plant Improvement J.W. Forster N.O.I. Cogan M.P. Dobrowolski M.G. Francki G.C. Spangenberg K.F. Smith 154

11 Genotyping for Rice Eating Qualities L.M.T. Bradbury D.L.E. Waters R.J. Henry 187

12 Towards Universal Loci for Plant Genotyping T. Pacey-Miller 195

13 DNA Banks as a Resource for SNP Genotyping N. Rice S. Kasem R.J. Henry 207

14 DNA Extraction from Plant Tissue S. Kasem N. Rice R.J. Henry 219

15 Future Prospects for Plant Genotyping R.J. Henry 272

Index 281

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