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Biotools: an R function to predict spatial gene diversity via an individual-based approach.
The gene diversity or expected heterozygosity (HE) is based on the allele frequency and is often used as a measure of genetic variability of populations. Knowing the pattern of spatial distributionExpand
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Discrimination of common bean cultivars using multiplexed microsatellite markers.
Analysis of DNA polymorphisms allows for the genetic identification and precise discrimination of species with a narrow genetic base such as common bean. The primary objectives of the present studyExpand
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An Operational SNP Panel Integrated to SSR Marker for the Assessment of Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of the Common Bean
The common bean, an important source of protein and minerals for humans, complements cereals both nutritionally and as a rotation crop, supplying nitrogen and reducing soil pathogens. The aim of thisExpand
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Analysis of BAC-end sequences in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) towards the development and characterization of long motifs SSRs
The increasing volume of genomic data on the Phaseolus vulgaris species have contributed to its importance as a model genetic species and positively affected the investigation of other legumes ofExpand
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Intraspecific differentiation of Hancornia speciosa revealed by simple sequence repeat and random amplified polymorphic DNA markers.
Hancornia speciosa, popularly known as mangabeira, is a fruit tree native to the Brazilian Cerrado that shows great economic potential, due to its multiple uses. Intraspecific classification of thisExpand
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Toxicity Study in Mice Fed with Corn Produced in Soil Containing Tannery Sludge Vermicompost and Irrigated with Domestic Wastewater
Growing food in unconventional systems such as those using irrigation with domestic wastewater and the use of potentially toxic waste has generated resistance from producers and consumers. Here, weExpand
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Genetic diversity and structure of natural populations of Gossypium mustelinum, a wild relative of cotton, in the basin of the De Contas River in Bahia, Brazil
Gossypium mustelinum is a wild cotton relative found only in the semiarid region of Bahia state in Brazil, and changes caused by humans in the natural habitat of this species have endangered theExpand
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Genetic diversity of mocó cotton (Gossypium hirsutum race marie-galante) from the northeast of Brazil: implications for conservation
Moco cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L. race marie-galante (Watt) Hutch.) is a potential source of valuable alleles for breeding programs, mainly because of its great adaptability to semi-arid conditions.Expand
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Influence of the Nutritional Aspects on Initial Growth of African Mahogany (Khaya ivorensis A. Chev.)
Khaya ivorensis A. Chev. (African mahogany) is one of the most economically important forest species, since it is used in the international furniture market. However, little is known about itsExpand
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Susceptibility of Gossypium mustelinum Populations to the Main Cotton Diseases in Brazil
The present study was conducted in five Gossypium mustelinum populations that were phenotyped and genotyped to quantify their resistance to the major diseases that affect cultivated cotton (G.Expand
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