Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


In this paper, selected candidate markers have been annotated to identify potential genes located in labeled areas. For this purpose, the sequences of the corresponding primer pairs amplifying candidate markers and the complete genome of the species G. hirsutum were used. Data analyses of virtual amplicons have allowed annotating marker regions of the BNL1604 loci. Results of in silico PCR and BLAST analysis have identified putative genes responsible for fiber development in cotton

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