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|Title:||Resolution by recombination: breaking up Solanum pennellii introgressions|
|Keywords:||genome sequence; map-based cloning; interspecific cross; recombinant; sublines; tomato.|
|Abstract:||Quantitative trait locus (QTL) genetics retains an impor- tant role in the study of biological and agronomic process- es; however, its genetic resolution is often comparatively low. Community-based strategies are thus required to address this issue. Here we detail such a strategy wherein the widely used Solanum pennellii introgression lines (ILs) in the genetic background of the cultivated tomato (Sola- num lycopersicum) are broken up into molecular marker- defined sublines as a community resource for map-based cloning.|
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