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Matzke, M.A., Mette, M.F., Kanno, T. and Matzke, A.J. (2003) Does the Intrinsic Instability of Aneuploid Genomes Have a Causal Role in Cancer? Trends in Genetics, 19, 253-256. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0168-9525(03)00057-X

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  • TITLE: Segregation Correlation of SSR Markers and Flower Traits in Aneuploid Tobacco

    AUTHORS: Chao Liu, Jiangbo Dang, Lingli Wang, Zhi Chen, Ying Wang, Guanrong Li, Guolu Liang

    KEYWORDS: Hexaploid Tobacco, SSR Markers, Flower Morphological Traits, Segregation Correlation

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.6 No.2, May 10, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Few reports have been seen on the segregation of polyploids and on the relationship between the segregation of SSR loci and that of the morphological traits in polyploid progeny. This paper attempted to gain an insight into the segregation of the hexaploid tobacco progeny and to understand the correlation of the segregation of SSR loci with that of the flower morphological traits. The segregation was evaluated with both SSR markers and morphological traits of the flowers. Twenty pairs of SSR primers were screened and a total of 42 SSR loci were identified. Chi-square analysis showed that the segregation ratio of the SSR loci in the aneuploid progeny was between 1:1 and 2:1. Six morphological traits of flowers, including the lengths of the flower and the calyx, the widths of the calyx, the corolla tube and the corolla, and the coloring of the flower, from 180 progeny and 2 progenitor plants, were determined and Chi-square analyzed. All traits were in consistent also with a segregation ratio of 1:1 to 2:1 except the width of the calyx.