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Identification of RAPD markers associated with grain weight in rice

, : Identification of RAPD markers associated with grain weight in rice. Korean Journal of Crop Science 46(4): 261-265

This study was carried out to select randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers associated with grain weight of a large-grain mutant, Hyacp 39-26-1, derived from anther culture of a rice cultivar, 'Hwayeongbyeo'. The segregation mode for grain weight in an F2 population from a cross, 'Hwayeongbyeo/Hyacp 39-26-1', showed a nearly normal distribution. One hundred and ninety-one F2 plants ranged from 21.8 to 34.7 g in 1000-grain weight with a mean of 26.8 g.


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