Couldn't find an answer to this in the archives...
Has anyone tried, or have a reference for, the use of bulked segregant
analysis (BSA) with CAPS markers? In particular, I'm looking for info
pertaining to the size of bulk that must be constructed relative to
obtaining a given recombination "window"...
Finally, am I missing something out, or couldn't BSA be used to increase the
ease and speed of finding markers linked to a mutation of interest? Is
everyone already doing this?
Thanks in advance,
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