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The domestication of the Eurasian grape (Vitis vinifera ssp. sativa) from its wild ancestor (Vitis vinifera ssp. sylvestris) has long been claimed to have occurred in Transcaucasia where its greatest genetic diversity is found and where very early archaeological evidence, including grape pips and artefacts of a 'wine culture', have been excavated. Whether(More)
We report the analysis and annotation of 146,075 expressed sequence tags from Vitis species. The majority of these sequences were derived from different cultivars of Vitis vinifera, comprising an estimated 25,746 unique contig and singleton sequences that survey transcription in various tissues and developmental stages and during biotic and abiotic stress.(More)
Northeastern Turkey is recognized as one of the most important germplasm centers for the grape in the world. In the present study, simple sequence repeat markers were used to investigate the genetic diversity between four Vitis vinifera cv. Kabarcik populations sampled from the Coruh Valley in Turkey, at altitudes of 800–1,150 m. The mean observed number of(More)
Echinococcosis is a zoonotic infection in which the liver is the organ most frequently involved, followed by the lung and sometimes the heart, spleen, kidney and brain [1]. Hydatid cyst can be seen in almost every part of the human body [2–5]. Despite the common involvement of the liver in terms of location, only 2 cases of isolated hydatid cyst of the(More)
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