Figure 1.Figure 1.
Figure 1.

Integrated common bean genetic–physical map showing positions of bacterial artificial chromosome end sequence (BES)-simple sequence repeat (SSR) and non-BES-SSR markers. Abbreviations for the markers are: BM, genomic microsatellites made from enriched libraries by Gaitán et al. (2002); BMa, ATA-based genomic markers from enriched libraries described in Blair et al. (2008) or Métais et al. (2002); BMb, BES-derived markers from this study or from Córdoba et al. (2010); and BMd and PV, database-derived markers from Blair et al. (2003) and Yu et al. (2000), respectively. The new BMb markers (BMb1000 to 1322) designed with Automated Microsatellite Marker Development software (AMMD) are shown in bold compared to those from Córdoba et al. (2010) designed with BatchPrimer3 and shown unbolded (BMb001 to BMb625). All linkage groups or chromosomes are oriented according to cytogenetic chromosome length estimates of Fonsêca et al. (2010) with short arm shown above long arm based as shown for the example of linkage group b06 g (see insert to the far left of the first set of integrated maps). Large arrows to the left of the linkage groups point to clusters of BMa or BMb microsatellites, which may represent pericentromeric regions of reduced recombination.