Genetic diversity and the conservation priority of Glycine soja populations from Northern China
“Genetic diversity and the conservation priority of Glycine soja populations from Northern China”, vol. 14, pp. 16608-16615, 2015.,
Knowledge of the spatial patterns of genetic variation in wild populations has significant implications for in situ conservation and the determination of conservation order. To study the levels of genetic diversity, spatial genetic structures, and genetic distances in Glycine soja, 11 natural populations in northern China were analyzed by estimating genetic coefficients using inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) fingerprints via mixed sampling strategies.