CH-8903 Birmensdorf, Switzerland, phone: +41 1 7392597, fax: +41 1 7392215, E-mail: email@example.com Source of sequence: Norway spruce (Picea abies K.). Trivial name: Norway spruce chloroplast tandem repeat sequence (A) . Description: Chloroplast sequence of a Norway spruce fragment ampliﬁed using the primer pair TTCATTGGAAATACACTAGCCC/AAAACCGTACATGAGATTCCC (Pt71936, Mol Ecol 5 (1996) 595–598, Vendramin et al.) which displays a perfect (A/T) mi- crosatellite. Mononucleotide microsatellites are frequent in chloroplast genome of conifers. The sequence shows high sequence similarity with ORF 169 intron 1 of trnT gene of Pinus thunbergii chloroplast genome (dbj|D17510|PINCPTRPG). This SSR shows a high degree of length polymorphisms among and within populations of Norway spruce as well as of many other species of the genera Pinus and Abies (Genome 40 (1997) 857–864, Vendramin and Ziegenhagen).
Plant Molecular Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 6, 2004
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