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A linkage map of the chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genome based on recombinant inbred lines from a C. arietinum×C. reticulatum cross: localization of resistance genes for fusarium wilt races 4 and 5
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The integrated molecular marker map of the chickpea genome was established using 130 recombinant inbred lines from a wide cross between a cultivar resistant to fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht to serve as a basis for marker-assisted selection and map-based cloning of fusaria wilt resistance genes and other agronomically important genes in future.
Karyotype analysis for diploid and polyploid species of the Solanum L.
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Solanum species were cytogenetically analysed to localize species-specific markers, allowing recognition of particular cytological features in most of the species analysed.
Phylogeny and evolution of Dyckia (Bromeliaceae) inferred from chloroplast and nuclear sequences
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The monophyly of Dyckia is supported, whereas evidence is provided that Encholirium is paraphyletic, and a parsimony network based on plastid DNA haplotypes shows a star-like pattern, indicating recent range expansions.
Chromosomal features and evolution of Bromeliaceae
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New cytological information and chromosome counts are presented for 19 taxa of 15 genera of the Bromeliaceae, among them, data for 15 taxa and five genera are reported for the first time and polyploidy seems to be the main evolutionary mechanism in Bromeli Families.
Overview on plant antimicrobial peptides.
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This review focuses on a special category of defense molecules, the plant antimicrobial peptides, providing an overview of their main molecular features and structures.
DAF marker tightly linked to a major locus for Ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
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The availability of flanking STMS markers for the major resistance locus QTL1 will help to elucidate the complex resistance against different Ascochyta pathotypes in future.
Cytogenetics and chromosome banding patterns in Caesalpinioideae and Papilionioideae species of Para, Amazonas, Brazil.
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Significant differences in chromosome size, morphology and condensing behaviour were observed among members of the controversial tribe Cassieae, revealing the tribe to be a heterogeneous group from the karyological point of view.
Molecular markers closely linked to fusarium resistance genes in chickpea show significant alignments to pathogenesis-related genes located on Arabidopsis chromosomes 1 and 5
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The markers developed here provide a starting point for physical mapping and map-based cloning of the fusarium resistance genes and exploration of synteny in this highly interesting region of the chickpea genome.
Karyological features and banding patterns in Arachis species belonging to the Heteranthae section
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Karyomorphological evaluation of the section Heteranthae of Arachis reveals two clear-cut subgroups within the section from the karyological point of view, suggesting that A. dardani and A. interrupta occupy a basal position in the group due to their moderate asymmetry and satellite type.
Cold‐induced Chromosome Regions and Karyosystematics in Sambucus and Viburnum
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Several karyological characters point to a closer relationship between Viburnum, Sambucus and Adoxa: Relatively large chromosomes, continuous condensation behaviour, reticulate to semireticulate interphase nuclei and presence of CIRs.
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