Data from: Genome-wide inference of somatic translocation events during potato dihaploid production

Gina M. Pham, Guilherme T. Braz, Megan Conway, Emily Crisovan, John P. Hamilton, F. Parker E. Laimbeer, Norma Manrique-Carpintero, Linsey Newton, David S. Douches, Jiming Jiang, Richard E. Veilleux & C. Robin Buell
Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) breeders often use dihaploids, which are 2× progeny derived from 4× autotetraploid parents. Dihaploids can be used in diploid crosses to introduce new genetic material into breeding germplasm that can be integrated into tetraploid breeding through the use of unreduced gametes in 4× by 2× crosses. Dihaploid potatoes are usually produced via pollination by haploid inducer lines known as in vitro pollinators (IVP). In vitro pollinator chromosomes are selectively degraded from...
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