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Detecting differential viability selection between environments by analysis of compositional differentiation at different levels of genetic integration

selection components analysis. Ecology and Evolution 5(13):2722-2744. Foll M and O Gaggiotti (2008) A genome-scan method to identify selected loci appropriate for both dominant and codominant markers: a Bayesian perspective. Genetics 180(2):977-993. Gillet EM (2013) DifferInt : compositional differentiation among populations at three levels of genetic integration. Molecular Ecology Resources 13(5):953-964. Gillet EM and H-R Gregorius (2008) Measuring differentiation among

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Impact of fertility variation on genetic diversity and phenotypic traits in second generation seed production areas and clonal seed orchards of Eucalyptus camaldulensis

fertility variation in clonal seed orchards of teak ( Tectona grandis L.f.) and its impact on seed crop. Silvae Genet 58: 85-93. Park JM, Kwon SH, Lee HJ, Na SJ, El-Kassaby YA,Kang KS (2017) Integrating fecundity variation and genetic relatedness in estimating the gene diversity of seed crops: Pinus koraiensis seed orchard as an example. Can J For Res 47:366–370. Peakall R, Smouse PE (2012) GenAlEx 6.5: genetic analysis in Excel. Population genetic software for teaching and

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Integration of EST-CAPS markers into genetic maps of Eucalyptus urophylla and E. tereticornis and their alignment with E. grandis genome sequence


A suite of 91 expressed sequence tag (EST) derived cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence (CAPS) markers were developed and used for enriching the genetic maps of Eucalyptus urophylla and E. tereticornis built previously based on random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers. The EST-CAPS markers were highly similar to original ESTs, with sequence identity ranging from 92.5% to 100.0%. In linkage analysis, 48 and 42 EST-CAPSs were integrated into the genetic maps of E. urophylla and E. tereticornis, respectively, including 13 shared by both maps, while 14 were unmapped. For E. urophylla, the final map had a total length of 1789.5 cM and a mean interval between markers of 9.7 cM, being 284.9 cM larger and 1.3 cM less than those of the prior RAPD map, respectively. For E. tereticornis, the final map had a length of 1488.1 cM and a mean interval of 10.3 cM, being 452.4 and 0.2 cM more than the prior map, respectively. All the 77 newly mapped EST-CAPSs found each at least one homologue in the E. grandis genome sequence released recently, and conserved synteny and colinearity were observed between E. grandis genome and our linkage groups. The enriched maps would provide a set of useful markers for genome analysis, comparative mapping and fine-mapping of important genes located in conserved regions for the important tree genus Eucalyptus.

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Use of genetic markers to build a new generation of Eucalyptus pilularis breeding population

One, 6, e25737. FARIA, D. A., E. M. C. MAMANI, M. R. PAPPAS, G. J. PAPPAS and D. GRATTAPAGLIA (2010): A selected set of EST-derived microsatellites, polymorphic and transferable across 6 Species of Eucalyptus. J. Hered., 101, 512-520. GONÇALVES, J. L. M., C. A. ALVARES, A. R. HIGA, L. D. SILVA, A. C. ALFENAS, J. STAHL, S. F. B. FERRAZ, W. P. LIMA, P. H. S. BRANCALION, A. HUBNER, J. P. D. BOUILLET, J. P. LACLAU, Y. NOUVELLON and D. EPRON (2013): Integrating genetic and silvicultural strategies to minimize abiotic and biotic constraints

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Genetic Variation in Cold Hardiness and Phenology Between and Within Turkish Red Pine (Pinus brutia Ten.) Populations: Implications for Seed Transfer

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Construction of a Populus tremuloides Michx. BAC library

in Populus trichocarpa. IV International Poplar Symposium, Nanjing, China. GRATTAPAGLIA, D. (2004): Integrating genomics into Eucalyptus breeding. Genet. Mol. Res. 3: 369-379. KAUFMANN, H., L. MATTIESCH, H. LÖRZ and T. DEBENER (2003): Construction of a BAC library of Rosa rugosa Thunb. And assembly of a contig spanning Rdr1, a gene that confers resistance to blackspot. Mol. Genet. Genomics 268: 666-674. KIM, U. J., B. W. BIRREN, T. SLEPAK, V. MANCINO, D. BOYSEN, H. L. KANG, M. I. SIMON and H. SHIZUYA (1996

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Genetic Parameters of Somatic Clones of Coastal Douglas-fir for Growth, Stem and Wood Traits at 6½ or 7½-Years in Washington and Oregon, USA

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Performance and Genetic Parameters of Somatic and Zygotic Progenies of Coastal Douglas-fir at 71/2-Years across Washington and Oregon, USA

exchange, water relations, and frost hardiness. Can. J. For. Res. 32: 1822-1828. BRUCE, D. and D. J. DEMARS (1974): Volume equations for second-growth Douglas-fir. Forest Service Research Note PNW-239, USDA, PNWFRES: Portland, Oregon. CAMPBELL, R. K., R. M. ECHOLS and R. W. STONECYPHER (1986): Genetic variances and interactions in 9-year Douglas-fir grown at narrow spacings. Silvae Genet. 35: 24-32. CHELIAK, W. M. and D. L. ROGERS (1990): Integrating biotechnology into tree improvement programs. Can. J. For. Res. 20: 452

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Whole-genome draft assembly of Populus tremula x P. alba clone INRA 717-1B4

Botanical Research. Volume 61 (Lignins). London, Oxford, Boston, New York, San Diego: Academic Press, pp 1-36. ISBN 0124160239 Pinosio S, Giacomello S, Faivre-Rampant P, Taylor G, Jorge V, Le Paslier MC, Zaina G, Bastien C, Cattonaro F, Marroni F, Morgante M (2016) Characterization of the poplar pan-genome by genome-wide identification of structural variation. Mol Biol Evol 33 (10):2706-2719. Sjödin A, Street NR, Sandberg G, Gustafsson P, Jansson S (2009) The Populus Genome Integrative Explorer (PopGenIE): a new

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Problems in the Analysis of Genetic Differentiation Among Populations – a Case Study in Quercus robur

investigated by an efficient PCR method. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 91: 1253-1256. GREGORIUS, H.-R. (1987): The relationship between the concepts of genetic diversity and differentiation. Theor. Appl. Genetics 74: 397-401. GREGORIUS, H.-R. (1998): The system analytical approach to the study of hypotheses. URL GREGORIUS, H.-R. (2002): An integrative approach to modeling mating systems of tree populations. In: B. DEGEN, M. D. LOVELESS, A. KREMER 2002. Modelling and

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