Future Prospects of Molecular Markers in Plants

Mir, R R and Varshney, R K (2012) Future Prospects of Molecular Markers in Plants. In: Molecular Markers in Plants. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK. , pp. 169-190. ISBN 9781118473023

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Abstract

The last —30 years have witnessed a continuous evolution of new molecular marker systems from restriction fragment length polymorphisms, random amplified polymorphic DNAs, and amplified fragment length polymorphisms to present-day popular marker systems such as simple sequence repeats (SSRs), single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), and diversity array technologies. Advent of low-cost and highthroughput sequencing technologies, commonly called next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have increased the speed of SSR and SNP discovery. NGS technologies in combination with restriction enzymes are now ready for detecting genome-wide polymorphism and new marker systems like RAD-tag sequencing, genotyping by sequencing are becoming popular. It seems that NGS-based marker systems will be dominating marker systems in future. These new emerging marker systems are expected to facilitate enhanced adoption of modern genetics and breeding approaches like genome-wide association studies and genome-wide selection that generally require markers at high-density in crop plants.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: future prospects of molecular markers, and NGS-based marker; RFLP/RAPDs/AFLPs to SSRs, SNPs, diversity array; low-cost/high-throughput or NGS, speed of SSR/SNP discovery; NGS and restriction enzymes, genome-wide polymorphism and RAD-tag; DNA-based molecular markers, molecular breeding of crops plants; shift in marker discovery, RFLPs to NGS-based markers; GWAS, GWS, statistical with new marker-genotyping; emerging marker genotyping, as GBS; NGS for genome-wide marker/genotyping, use of restriction enzyme; RRLs and CRoPS, on genome subsets instead of the whole
Subjects: Others > Genetics and Genomics
Others > Agriculture-Farming, Production, Technology, Economics
Depositing User: Mr Sanat Kumar Behera
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2013 05:02
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2013 05:02
URI: http://oar.icrisat.org/id/eprint/6577
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