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1998, 1999). If the RAPD bands are heterozygous in the parents, they segregate in a 1:1 fashion in F1 populations. The Differentiating Power of RAPD The RAPD approach is based on the fact that short oligonucleotide primers can bind to DNA with predicted odds. 3. Inheritance of dominant markers. Here RAPD band A is inherited from parent 2 and band C is inherited from parent 1; both band A and C are heterozygous in F1. RAPD band B is inherited from both parents and thus are homozygous in F1. Heterozygous bands of F1 segregate in a 3:1 ratio among F2 individuals.
However, 500,000 fragments are too many to be resolved in any kind of gel electrophoresis. This demands that somehow the 500,000 bands must be reduced approximately 2,000 times to reach the resolvable goal of a couple hundred bands. Vos and others (1995) intelligently met this challenge by adding additional arbitrary bases at the 3Ј end of the PCR primers. As each extra arbitrary base is added, the PCR primer can match to only 1/4 subset of the fragments because at each base of DNA, and there are four possibilities: A, C, G, or T.
Figure was modified from Liu and Cordes (2004). Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) 25 sequence that matches with a primer of 10 nucleotides long. Therefore, a genome of 1 billion base pairs should contain 1,000 perfect binding sites for the 10-bp primer on each of its two strands of DNA. The 2,000 perfect binding sites plus many more subperfect binding sites (with 8–9 out of 10 nucleotides) would make it possible to amplify DNA using a single arbitrary short primer. The conditions for this special PCR reaction follow: • The annealing temperature must be low because of the short primer.