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Article Dans Une Revue American Journal of Botany Année : 2013

MICROSATELLITE MARKERS ISOLATED FROM THE WILD MEDICINAL PLANT CENTELLA ASIATICA (APIACEAE) FROM AN ENRICHED GENOMIC LIBRARY

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Premise of the study: Microsatellite markers for Centella asiatica , an important medicinal herb, were developed and character- ized to promote genetic and molecular studies. * Methods and Results: A GA/GT-enriched genomic library was constructed from an accession from Madagascar. Roughly 75% of the 768 clones of the enriched library contained microsatellites. Eighty sequences containing microsatellites were obtained from 96 positive clones. Specifi c primers were designed for 20 loci, and 17 of them displayed polymorphism when screened across 17 C. asiatica accessions, with an average of 4.3 alleles per locus . The observed and expected heterozygosity values averaged 0.114 and 0.379, respectively. * Conclusions: This is the fi rst report constructing an enriched genomic library and identifying microsatellite markers from C. asiatica . These 17 polymorphic microsatellite markers are a useful resource for this plant, applicable for diversity studies, pedigree analyses, and genetic mapping.
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Soaharin'Ny Ony Raoseta Rakotondralambo, Alexadre Lussert, Ronan Rivallan, Pascal Danthu, Jean-Louis Noyer, et al.. MICROSATELLITE MARKERS ISOLATED FROM THE WILD MEDICINAL PLANT CENTELLA ASIATICA (APIACEAE) FROM AN ENRICHED GENOMIC LIBRARY. American Journal of Botany, 2013, pp.e176-e178. ⟨10.3732/ajb.1100441⟩. ⟨cirad-00826834⟩
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