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Schmid Natural Accessions from Central Asia

Donated by

  • Karl Schmid Quantitative Evolutionary Genetics, Genebank, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)

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Description

  • These 33 natural accessions of A. thaliana are from central Asia- Russia and Usbekistan
  • All seed from Russia was collected by N.B Ermakov, M.H.Hoffmann and H.Schmuths
  • All seed from Usbekistan collected by M.H.Hoffmann and R.Fritsch
  • Each line comes from a single individual and from three generations of single seed descent.

References

  • Schmid, K.J. et al. 2006. Evidence for a large-scale population of A. thaliana from genome-wide single nucleotide polymorhism markers. Theoretical and applied genetics 112(6):1104-14. PMID. 16453134
  • Schmuths, H., Hoffmann, M.H. & Bachmann, K. 2004. Geographic distribution and recombination of genomic fragments on the short arm of chromosome 2 of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Biology 6: 128-139. PMID. 15045663.