Share This Author
Analysis of genetic diversity of southern Spain fig tree (Ficus carica L.) and reference materials as a tool for breeding and conservation.
- M. Perez-Jiménez, B. López, G. Dorado, A. Pujadas-Salvá, G. Guzman, P. Hernández
- Biology, MedicineHereditas
- 1 June 2012
UPGMA clustering analysis has revealed the genetic structure and relationships among the local and reference germplasm, showing that SSR analysis is an efficient method to evaluate the Andalusian fig tree diversity for on-farm conservation.
Contribution to the flora of Asian and European countries: new national and regional vascular plant records, 2
Four of the presented taxa (Coronopus didymus, Epilobium adenocaulon, Oenothera deflexa and Scirpus georgianus) are regarded as alien to the studied areas, whereas the other 16 are new native elements to the flora of the countries.
Genetic diversity of Moroccan populations of Orobanche foetida: evolving from parasitising wild hosts to crop plants
- M. V. Patto, Ramón Díaz-Ruíz, Z. Šatović, B. Román, A. Pujadas-Salvá, D. Rubiales
- 1 April 2008
The genetic variability of five O. foetida populations, four infecting wild plants and one infecting cultivated vetch in Morocco was characterised using amplified fragment-length polymorphism (AFLP) markers to elucidate the existing genetic relationship between populations and to suggest a potential origin for the recently detected vetch-infecting population.
The Genetic Structure of Wild Orobanche cumana Wallr. (Orobanchaceae) Populations in Eastern Bulgaria Reflects Introgressions from Weedy Populations
- R. Pineda-Martos, A. Pujadas-Salvá, J. Fernández-martínez, K. Stoyanov, L. Velasco, B. Pérez-Vich
- Medicine, BiologyTheScientificWorldJournal
- 20 July 2014
Investigation of populations parasitizing wild plants in eastern Bulgaria found that O. cumana populations collected on wild species possessed similar ability to parasitize sunflower to those collected on sunflower, explaining the occurrence of bidirectional gene flow.
Typification and characterization of Orobanche ritro Gren. & Godr. (Orobanchaceae) of central and southern Europe
- A. Pujadas-Salvá
- Environmental Science
- 1 March 2012
Orobanche ritro, which is frequently considered a synonym of O. elatior, is lectotypified here from Grenier’s original material in the herbarium of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris and warrants recognition at species level.
Fatty acids and tocochromanols in seeds of Orobanche.
Genetic diversity in two variants of Orobanche gracilis Sm. [var. gracilis and var. deludens (Beck) A. Pujadas] (Orobanchaceae) from different regions of Spain
- B. Román, R. Hernández, A. Pujadas-Salvá, J. Cubero, D. Rubiales, Z. Šatović
- Environmental Science
- 15 April 2007
The pattern of genetic variation among populations of two Orobanche gracilis Sm. taxa (var. gracilis and var. deludens (Beck) A. Pujadas) from Northern and Southern Spain growing on different hosts…
Studies on Thapsia (Apiaceae) from north‐western Africa: a forgotten and a new species
Following a revision of Thapsia (Apiaceae) in north-western Africa, the name Thapsia platycarpa is resurrected and lectotypified for a species that grows between Algeria and Morocco, and a new…
Potential distribution of Avena sterilis L. in Europe under climate change
- E. Castellanos-Frías, D. G. León, A. Pujadas-Salvá, J. Dorado, J. González-Andújar
- 1 July 2014
This work was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, Consejeria de Educacion y Ciencia de la Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha of Spain and the FEDER funds…
Comparative studies on Orobanche cernua L. and O. cumana Wallr. (Orobanchaceae) in the Iberian Peninsula
The objective of the present study has been to evaluate the distribution, morphology, and ecology of O. cernua and O. cumana in the Iberian Peninsula, as well as their seed oil fatty acid profile, which is a trait of great chemotaxonomic value.