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From: Elucidation of the ‘Honeycrisp’ pedigree through haplotype analysis with a multi-family integrated SNP linkage map and a large apple (Malus×domestica) pedigree-connected SNP data set

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Haplotype composition and areas of recombination for parental and grandparental gametes for all 17 pairs of linkage groups of 'Honeycrisp' color coded for grandparental contribution from 'Frostbite' and 'Northern Spy' through parent ‘Keepsake’, and from 'Duchess of Oldenburg' and 'Golden Delicious' through the previously unidentified parent MN1627. Marker organization between linkage groups for grandparents that have no known parents is arbitrary as no parental data was available to organize them. Regions of uncertainty between haplotypes due to haplotypes that are identical by state (IBS) are shown via regions with two colors. Regions of homozygosity in 'Honeycrisp' that are due to haplotypes that are likely identical by descent from the grandparental pair 'Frostbite' and 'Duchess of Oldenburg' or the grandparental pair 'Northern Spy' and 'Golden Delicious' (see Supplementary Table 2) are highlighted by a dashed box around the region. These regions share at least 25 SNPs and 8 cM between each pair of grandparents. SNP, single-nucleotide polymorphism.

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