Mendelian inheritance, linkage and linkage disequilibrium in microsatellite loci of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf.
- Roberto TaraziAffiliated withDepartamento de Genética, Universidade de São Paulo Email author
- , Alexandre Magno SebbennAffiliated withInstituto Florestal de São Paulo
- , Marcelo MollinariAffiliated withDepartamento de Genética, Universidade de São Paulo
- , Roland VencovskyAffiliated withDepartamento de Genética, Universidade de São Paulo
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Copaifera langsdorffii is a Neotropical tree with wide distribution in the Brazilian Atlantic rain forest and savanna. Although eight microsatellite loci (SSR) were developed in 2000 and have been widely used since then, there is yet no information about their inheritance, linkage and linkage disequilibrium (LD). Through the analysis of 28 open-pollinated (OP) progenies, the SSR loci revealed Mendelian inheritance and independent assortment. Using these progenies, young and adult trees LD was mainly detected in OP progenies. Our results show clear evidence that the eight SSR loci can be used without restriction in genetic diversity, mating system and parentage analysis.
KeywordsTropical-tree Microsatellite Inheritance Conservation
- Mendelian inheritance, linkage and linkage disequilibrium in microsatellite loci of Copaifera langsdorffii Desf.
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