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From: Identification of genic moss SSR markers and a comparative analysis of twenty-four algal and plant gene indices reveal species-specific rather than group-specific characteristics of microsatellites

Figure 2

SSR allele frequency among 21 Physcomitrella patens accesssions and two related Funariaceae. One exemplary SSR marker was amplified in 21 Physcomitrella patens accessions (1, Gransden; 2, NeneWashes; 3, Cholsey; 4, Gemuend-K1; 5, Gemuend-K5; 6, Honnef; 7, Ukraine; 8, Trondheim; 9, Kaskaskia; 10, DelValleLake; 11, Villersexel-K3; 12, Villersexel-K4; 13, Uppsala; 14, Heimerbruehl; 15, Nennig; 16, Martinshof; 17, Bisoke; 18, Okayama; 19, Kumamoto; 20, Saitama; 21, Victoria;) and two related Funariaceae, Physcomitrium sphaericum (22) and Funaria hygrometrica (23). The SSR marker reveals at least six distinct alleles. Single alleles were found in the plants 1 – 13, 14 – 16, 17, 18 – 21, 22 and 23 respectively. Among the plants 1 – 13 potentially more alleles are present with only small size differences. DNA size markers (M) are a combination of a 100 bp and a 20 bp ladder (SIGMA-Aldrich).

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