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Evaluation of SSR Markers Associated with High Oleic Acid in Sunflower

Authors: Thitiporn Machikowa, Atitaya Singchai, Nooduan Muangsan

Abstract:

Sunflower oil with high oleic acid content is most desirable because of its high oxidative stability. Screening sunflower of high oleic acid using conventional method is laborious and time consuming. Therefore, the use of molecular markers as a screening tool is promising. The objective of this research was to evaluate SSR primers for high oleic acid content in sunflower. Two sunflower lines, 5A and PI 649855 were used as the representative of low and high oleic acid sunflowers, respectively, and thirty seven SSR markers were used to identify oleic acid content trait. The results revealing 10 SSR primers showed polymorphic between high and low oleic acid lines and thus were informative. With these primers, therefore, it is possible to identify the genetic markers associated with high oleic acid trait in sunflower genotypes. 

Keywords: Molecular markers, microsatellite, Helianthus annuus L, fatty acid composition

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1088276

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