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From: Genome sequencing of the staple food crop white Guinea yam enables the development of a molecular marker for sex determination

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Integrated genetic and physical map of D. rotundata. Approximately 76.4% of D. rotundata scaffold sequences were anchored using a RAD-based genetic map generated with 150 F1 individuals obtained from a cross between TDr97/00917 (P1, female) and TDr99/02627 (P2, male). The 21 chromosome-scale pseudo-molecules are numbered from 1 to 21. Markers are located according to genetic distance (cM). Black lines represent the 21 P1 and P2 linkage groups (LGs), and scaffolds anchored to P1 and P2 LGs are shown in red and blue, respectively. Scaffolds shared between the P1 and P2 LGs are shown in green. Numbers and arrows indicate scaffolds and their orientation, respectively

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