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Pheno2Geno - High-throughput generation of genetic markers and maps from molecular phenotypes for crosses between inbred strains

Konrad Zych, Yang Li, Joeri K van der Velde, Ronny VL Joosen, Wilco Ligterink, Ritsert C Jansen, Danny Arends
2015 BMC Bioinformatics  
Conclusion: The Pheno2Geno package makes use of genome-wide molecular profiling and provides a tool for high-throughput de novo map construction and saturation of existing genetic maps.  ...  Results: The Pheno2Geno tool uses mixture modeling to select phenotypes and transform them into genetic markers suitable for construction and/or saturation of a genetic map.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Nick Provart for the production of the tiling arrays, and René Wardenaar for introducing us to the R mixtools package.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12859-015-0475-6 pmid:25886992 pmcid:PMC4339742 fatcat:js7blyrtevhrdjea6rnzc35sgy

QTL mapping and genetic studies in the Attila x CDC Go spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) mapping population

Jun Zou
2017
We used a mapping population of 167 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) developed from a cross between two spring wheat cultivars, 'Attila' and 'CDC Go' in our study, and evaluated the RIL population for agronomic  ...  For each trait, the total phenotypic and genetic variance explained by all detected QTLs varied from 9.3 to 39.4 and from 24.6 to 96.8%, respectively, which was much greater than our previous study.  ...  Pheno2Geno -High-throughput generation of genetic markers and maps from molecular phenotypes for crosses between inbred strains.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3dn4076p fatcat:5geafeml5vg23a6v42mils6dqu

Mapping of genomic regions associated with agronomic traits and resistance to diseases in Canadian spring wheat

Enid Perez Lara
2017
These QTLs explained between 6.3 and 37.8% of the phenotypic variation.  ...  ), on genetic purity and identity, and for markers assisted selection.  ...  Pheno2Geno -High-throughput generation of genetic markers and maps from molecular phenotypes for crosses between inbred strains.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3fj29r36 fatcat:4n65eojuq5hgpbgt25rzpbmeki