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The Utilization of Translocation Lines and Microsatellite Markers for the Identification of Unknown Cotton Monosomic Lines

By Marina F. Sanamyan, Abdusalom K. Makamov, Shukhrat U. Bobokhujaev, Dilshod E. Usmonov, Zabardas T. Buriev, Sukumar Saha and David M. Stelly

Submitted: December 4th 2015Reviewed: June 9th 2016Published: November 9th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/64558

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Marina F. Sanamyan, Abdusalom K. Makamov, Shukhrat U. Bobokhujaev, Dilshod E. Usmonov, Zabardas T. Buriev, Sukumar Saha and David M. Stelly (November 9th 2016). The Utilization of Translocation Lines and Microsatellite Markers for the Identification of Unknown Cotton Monosomic Lines, Cotton Research Ibrokhim Abdurakhmonov, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/64558. Available from:

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