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Microhaplotype genotyping-by-sequencing of 98 highly polymorphic markers in three chestnut tree speciesBenoit Laurent
Chestnut species have large ecological, cultural and economic importance. Developing genetic markers for these species is of interest for conservation, breeding or evolutionary studies. We designed 192 primer pairs targeting microsatellites detected in the Castanea mollissima reference genome and tested them on C. sativa and C. crenata. We PCR amplified 3×50 microsatellites in 109 chestnut trees. Microhaplotype calling accounting for all polymorphisms resulted in a total of 98 high confidence polymorphic markers.