Ahmad Reza Dadras

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Chrysanthemum is popular worldwide as cut flower, potted plant and perennial garden plant. This study used amplified fragment length polymorphism and phenotypic traits to assess genetic diversity and population structure in Chrysanthemum. Results for the phenotypic traits of ray floret number, tubular floret number, flower number, pedicel length, leaflet(More)
Knowledge in the area of genetic diversity could aid in providing useful information in the selection of material for breeding such as hybridization programs and quantitative trait loci mapping. To this end, 50 Nicotiana tabacum genotypes were genotyped with 21 primer combination of amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP). A total of 480 unambiguous(More)
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