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PMB Lab Offers the “AGH635. Analisis Molekuler dalam Pemuliaan Tanaman” – again in Odd Semester 2016/2017

To graduate students (S2/S3) who are interested in molecular analysis to support their breeding activity, PMB Lab again offering the “AGH635. Analisis Molekuler dalam Pemuliaan Tanaman” – in this coming odd semester 2016/2017. You are welcome to take the class … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: “What Have Caused Allele Diversities in ISSR Marker?”

In a Q & A session of the AGH635 lecture, one of the student asked me the following question: “What have caused allele diversity in ISSR marker?” The answer to this question was actually similar to one of RAPD marker … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: In ISSR Marker Analysis – What is Called the Locus and What is the Allele?

In a Q & A session of the AGH635 lecture, one of the student asked the following question: “Was the term loci and alleles also applicable when one discussed about ISSR (Inter Simple Sequence Repeat) marker? What were the loci … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: What is ISSR Marker and How To Generate the Marker?

An other example of DNA markers generated by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique was ISSR (Inter Simple Sequence Repeat) marker. In a Q & A session of the AGH635 lecture, one of the student asked the following question: “What was … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: “How To Do Primer Screening in RAPD Marker Analysis for Genetic Diversity?”

Still related on how to go ahead in RAPD marker analysis, the second step is “Primer Screening.” Along in this topic, one of my AGH635. Anmolsel course participant asked me the following question: “How To Do Primer Screening in RAPD … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: “If I Want to Do RAPD Marker Analysis in Plants, How Should I Proceed ?”

Understanding how things should be done often helps us design experiment on how to achieve the objectives more efficiently. Therefore, it is always good to try to understand and know how we should proceed in doing something. In a Q … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: “What Have Caused Allele Diversities in RAPD Marker?”

Knowing how things is happening often helps us understand what we are studying. Therefore, it is always good to try to look deeper about what we are reading and try to understand how those stuffs we read are happening. In … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: Why Is RAPD Marker Called a Dominant Marker?

As I remember, a lecturer in my genetic course introduced the dominant and recessive terminologies when I was in high school a long time ago. These terms again were discussed in more detail when I took my genetic course at … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: In RAPD Marker Analysis – What is Called the Locus and What is the Allele?

The term locus (pl.: loci) is a common terminology associated with a location in the genome of an organism. In the Mendelian genetics, the locus controlling flower color clearly describes a location somewhere in the genome associated with gene(s) controlling … Continue reading

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Q&A in AGH635 Course: What is RAPD Marker and How To Generate the Marker?

One of the early polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based DNA markers develops was RAPD (Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA) marker. In a Q & A session of the AGH635 lecture, one of the student asked the following question: “What is RAPD … Continue reading

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