Isolation of microsatellite loci from spotted gum (Corymbia variegata), and cross-species amplification in Corymbia and Eucalyptus
Jones, ME, Stokoe, RL, Cross, MJ, Scott, LJ, Maguire, TL & Shepherd, M 2001, 'Isolation of microsatellite loci from spotted gum (Corymbia variegata), and cross-species amplification in Corymbia and Eucalyptus', Molecular Ecology Notes, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 276-278.
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Corymbia variegata (spotted gum) is an important commercial hardwood timber species in Australia. Fourteen polymorphic microsatellite loci were isolated from C. variegata, with 3–5 alleles amplified in three individuals examined. Cross-species amplification in Corymbia was successful for all primer pairs, while 10 loci (71%) were successfully transferred to at least one species in the closely related genus Eucalyptus.