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Ciência Rural

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ROCHA, Rodrigo Barros et al. Genetic mapping of oligogenic traits using maximum likehood functions. Cienc. Rural [online]. 2010, vol.40, n.2, pp.302-308.  Epub 11-Dez-2009. ISSN 0103-8478.  https://doi.org/10.1590/S0103-84782009005000246.

Oligogenic traits are distinguished by their heritage ruled by higher effect genes and by their importance for cultivated plants, with emphasis to the plant disease resistance inheritance. The qualitative nature and epistatic interaction of these traits results in a heritage pattern that should not be interpreted through traditional QTL detection strategies. The objective of this work was to propose a method for Oligogenic Traits Loci (OTL) detection. This method, defined as Oligogenic Trait Mapping Method (OTMM) uses maximum likehood probability functions to obtain adjusted "r" estimates that express the distance among the molecular markers and the OTL loci. The results show that the method was adequate for OTL detection even in relatively small F2 populations. The prior definition of the oligogenic heritage pattern is one the main requirements of this method that focus in the attainment of the analysis presumptions without previous markers order information.

Palavras-chave : genetic mapping; oligogenic trait loci (QTL's).

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