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11/22/2013
Cydonia oblonga; Genetic diversity; Quince; SSR

We conducted simple sequence repeat (SSR) analyses of 15 traditional quince (Cydonia oblonga) cultivars from Anatolian gene sources for molecular characterization and investigation of genetic relationships. Three pear and two apple cultivars were used as references for SSR locus data analysis and to determine allele profiles between species. Eight SSR loci that were developed ... more

C. Yüksel; F. Mutaf; İ. Demirtaş; G. Öztürk; M. Pektaş; A. Ergül
11/07/2013
Cherry; East Anatolia; Genetic diversity; Plum; SSR

We conducted SSR analyses of 59 accessions, including 29 traditional plum (Prunus domestica), 24 sweet cherry (Prunus avium), and 1 sour cherry (Prunus cerasus) selected from East Anatolian gene sources and 3 plum and 2 cherry reference accessions for molecular characterization and investigation of genetic relationships. Eight SSR loci [1 developed from the ... more

M.H. Öz; H. Vurgun; M. Bakir; İ. Büyük; C. Yüksel; H.M. Ünlü; K. Çukadar; B. Karadoğan; Ö. Köse; A. Ergül
09/26/2012
cluster analysis; Genetic diversity; Lagerstroemia; SSR

Lagerstroemia (crape myrtle) are famous ornamental plants with large pyramidal racemes, long flower duration, and diverse colors. However, little is known about the genetic structure and diversity of germplasm in Lagerstroemia. We genotyped 81 L. indica cultivars, five other species of Lagerstroemia, and 10 interspecific hybrids using 30 simple sequence ... more

D. He; Y. Liu; M. Cai; H.T. Pan; Q.X. Zhang; X.Y. Wang; X.J. Wang
05/21/2012
Genetic diversity; Genetic structure; SSR

Nine microsatellite loci were isolated from the genome of Laodelphax striatellus (Homoptera: Delphacidae) by constructing (TC)6(AC)5 and (AG)6(AC)5 compound SSR-enriched libraries using suppression-PCR procedures. These loci were found to be highly polymorphic, with 13 to 30 alleles per locus in the three populations that we investigated ... more

J.T. Sun; J.B. Li; X.M. Yang; X.Y. Hong
04/10/2012
DNA fingerprinting; Fruit-endocarp or fruit-pit characters; Genetic diversity; Olea europaea; SSR

Seventy-seven olive accessions corresponding to 25 cultivars from the Extremadura region of Spain were studied using four microsatellite or SSR markers in order to fingerprint them, and evaluate genetic similarity and relationships between local and introduced olive cultivars. The number of alleles per locus ranged from 4 to 8, with a mean of 6.25 alleles per primer pair (a total of 25 ... more

F.J. Delgado-Martinez; I. Amaya; J.F. Sánchez-Sevilla; M.C. Gomez-Jimenez
12/04/2014
Genetic diversity; Lamiaceae; Molecular markers; Simple sequence repeat

A microsatellite-enriched library was constructed and a set of 19 SSR markers were developed to characterize a germplasm collection of Hyptis pectinata (L.) Poit., maintained at the Universidade Federal de Sergipe (UFS). Fifteen markers of 19 ranged from moderately to highly polymorphic. A total of 113 alleles were identified, with a mean of 7.52 alleles per locus. The mean H ... more

A.F. Blank; A.S. Jesus; C.P. Santos; C. Grando; J.B. Pinheiro; M.I. Zucchi; M.F. Arrigoni-Blank
06/01/2015
Cultivar identification; Genetic diversity; Genetic similarity; ISSR; Olea europaea L.; SSR

The olive tree is an iconic tree of the Mediterranean, and is used extensively to produce high-quality olive oil. Although the China olive industry has just begun to be valued, there were also existed mislabeling and synonyms in introduced cultivars. The aim of this study was to analyze genetic similarities among olive cultivars in China using SSR and ISSR techniques. Thirty-two samples ... more

M.M. Zhan; Z.Z. Cheng; G.C. Su; A.Y. Wang; H.P. Chen; Z.S. Yang; Z. Shan; Q.M. Huang
12/23/2009
Genetic diversity; Mangalarga Marchador horse; Population genetic structure

One hundred and fifteen unrelated Mangalarga Marchador horses were sampled from three geographically distinct regions of Minas Gerais State, Brazil (South, Southeast, and Northeast) and tested for 10 microsatellite loci. Genetic diversity and population structure parameters were estimated with ARLEQUIN 3.0, CERVUS 2.0, POPGENE 1.31, GENEPOP on the web, STRUCTURE 2.0, and SPAGEDI 1.2 ... more

J.B. DeAssis; D.M. DeLaat; M.G.C.D. Peixoto; J.A.G. Bergmann; C.G. Fonseca; M.R.S. Carvalho
12/08/2009
Genetic diversity; Germplasm conservation; Maize; Random amplified polymorphic DNA

Ten maize accessions (NC-9, A50-2, M-14, B-42, NC-3, T-7, N-48-1, B-34, USSR, and WFTMS) were studied to estimate the genetic distance on molecular level by random amplified polymorphic DNA. These accessions were selected on the basis of their variable responses against different levels of moisture. Twenty-five primers were used to test genetic diversity, of which 14 were observed to be ... more

M. Aslam; F.S. Awan; I.A. Khan; A.I. Khan
11/17/2009
Genetic diversity; Polymerase chain reaction; Random amplified polymorphic DNA; Sugarcane

Genetic diversity of 20 sugarcane accessions in Pakistan was studied using 21 random amplified polymorphic DNA markers. The mean genetic distance between the cultivars was 39.03%, demonstrating that a large part of the genome is similar among the accessions. This probably arises from a lack of parental diversity, with few clones, which are themselves related, contributing to the parentage ... more

F.A. Khan; A. Khan; F.M. Azhar; S. Rauf

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