In contrast, DNA markers
are found in abundance and are not influenced by the environment or developmental stage of a plant, making them ideal for genetic relationships studies (Reddy et al.
Men inherit genetic markers from both parents, a Y-DNA marker
from their father and a mitochondrial DNA marker
from their mother.
Perhaps the most unusual security method, one that became available to customers Novemer 1 of this year, is the application of DNA markers
to the boxes and labels.
Finding more fragments means researchers have a greater chance of finding DNA markers
for genes that control desirable traits.
nobilis were constructed by analyzing the segregation of AFLP and microsatellite DNA markers
in 80 F1 progenies, which furnished a basic tool kit for C.
Genetics similarity among four breeds of sheep in Egypt detected by random amplified polymorphic DNA markers
Whereas DNA-based molecular markers are stable in many applications, they are unsuitable for use in nuclease-containing samples such as tissue; we do not, for example, observe any significant signal arising from 200 nM DNA markers
stored for 10 days in blood serum.
Optaglio will offer the DNA marker
on its hybrid labels which combine diffractive devices as the overt element with printed graphics and other authentication features.
Maps, by establishing the location, order, and relative distance of genes, anonymous DNA markers
, and biologically important traits along a species' chromosomes, are critical tools in analyzing genetic contribution to a given disease state.
Whereas in Pakistan race 2 from Thal area whereas a biotype of race 6 was identified from Thar and Faisalabad regions based on DNA markers
and conventional data (Ali, 2014).
These DNA sequences are useful resources for developing DNA markers
We then explored differentially methylated CpG sites in the placenta and in maternal blood cells as possible fetus-specific DNA markers
in maternal plasma.