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Instruction: Definement of microsatellites (unit size / minimum number of repeats): (1/10) (2/6) (3/5) (4/5) (5/5) (6/5).

Maximal number of bases interrupting 2 SSRs in a compound microsatellite: 100.


Note: i. Plant species were organized by alphabetical oeders according to their latin names.

          ii. Users can click "+/-" (expanded/collapsed) tag behind species name to obtain the total SSR entries.

  • A
    • Actinidia chinensis  
    • Aegilops tauschii  
    • Amborella trichopoda  
    • Ananas comosus  
    • Arabidopsis lyrata  
    • Arabidopsis thaliana  
    • Arachis duranensis  
    • Arachis ipaensis  
    • Aureococcus anophagefferens  
  • B
    • Beta vulgaris  
    • Betula nana  
    • Bigelowiella natans  
    • Boea hygrometrica  
    • Brachypodium distachyon  
    • Brassica napus  
    • Brassica oleracea  
    • Brassica rapa  
  • C
    • Cajanus cajan  
    • Cannabis sativa  
    • Capsicum annuum var.glabriusculum  
    • Capsicum annuum var.Zunla-1  
    • Carica papaya  
    • Chlamydomonas reinhardtii  
    • Chlorella variabilis  
    • Cicer arietinum  
    • Citrullus lanatus  
    • Citrus clementina  
    • Citrus sinensis  
    • Coffea canephora  
    • Cucumis melo  
    • Cucumis sativus  
    • Cyanophora paradoxa  
  • D
    • Dendrobium catenatum  
    • Dendrobium officinale  
    • Dianthus caryophyllus  
  • E
    • Ectocarpus siliculosus  
    • Elaeis guineensis  
    • Emiliania huxleyi  
    • Eucalyptus grandis  
  • F
    • Fragaria ananassa  
    • Fragaria vesca  
  • G
    • Glycine max  
    • Glycine soja  
    • Gossypium arboretum  
    • Gossypium hirsutum  
    • Gossypium raimondii  
    • Guillardia theta  
  • H
    • Hevea brasiliensis  
    • Hordeum vulgare  
    • Humulus lupulus var.cordifolius  
    • Humulus lupulus var.lupulus  
  • I
  • J
    • Jatropha curcas  
  • K
  • L
    • Linum usitatissimum  
    • Lotus japonicus  
  • M
    • Malus domestica  
    • Medicago truncatula  
    • Morus notabilis  
    • Musa acuminata  
  • N
    • Nelumbo nucifera  
    • Nicotiana tabacum var.Basma  
    • Nicotiana tabacum var.K326  
    • Nicotiana tabacum var.TN90  
  • O
    • Oropetium thomaeum  
    • Oryza brachyantha  
    • Oryza glaberrima  
    • Oryza sativa L.ssp.indica  
    • Oryza sativa L.ssp.japonica  
  • P
    • Phaeodactylum tricornutum  
    • Phalaenopsis equestris  
    • Phaseolus vulgaris  
    • Phoenix dactylifera  
    • Phyllostachys heterocycla  
    • Physcomitrella patens  
    • Picea abies  
    • Pinus taeda  
    • Populus euphratica  
    • Populus trichocarpa  
    • Primula veris  
    • Prunus mume  
    • Prunus persica  
    • Pyrus bretschneideri  
  • Q
  • R
    • Ricinus communis  
  • S
    • Saccharina japonica  
    • Salix suchowensis  
    • Selaginella moellendorffii  
    • Sesamum indicum  
    • Setaria italica  
    • Solanum lycopersicum  
    • Solanum melongena  
    • Solanum pennellii  
    • Solanum tuberosum  
    • Sorghum bicolor  
    • Spirodela polyrhiza  
    • Symbiodinium minutum  
  • T
    • Tarenaya hassleriana  
    • Thellungiella parvula  
    • Thellungiella salsuginea  
    • Theobroma cacao  
    • Trifolium pratense  
    • Triticum aestivum  
    • Triticum urartu  
  • U
    • Utricularia gibba  
  • V
    • Vigna angularis  
    • Vigna radiata  
    • Vitis vinifera  
    • Volvox carteri  
  • W
  • X
  • Y
  • Z
    • Zea mays  
    • Zizania latifolia  
    • Ziziphus jujuba  
    • Zostera marina  
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