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A microsatellite-based, gene-rich linkage map for the AA genome of Arachis (Fabaceae)
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This is the first microsatellite-based map published for Arachis, and the first map based on sequences that are all currently publicly available, and because most markers used were derived from ESTs and genomic libraries made using methylation-sensitive restriction enzymes, about one-third of the mapped markers are genic. Expand
Genetic diversity of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) and its wild relatives based on the analysis of hypervariable regions of the genome
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The level of polymorphism observed among accessions of A. hypogaea analyzed with newly developed microsatellite markers was low, corroborating the accumulated data which show that cultivated peanut presents a relatively reduced variation at the DNA level. Expand
Cytogenetic characterization of Brazilian Paspalum accessions.
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The meiotic behavior after diakinesis was much more abnormal than expected considering the pairing relationship, and there was a high frequency of abnormal tetrads in the majority of accessions. Expand
Localization of the 5S and 45S rDNA sites and cpDNA sequence analysis in species of the Quadrifaria group of Paspalum (Poaceae, Paniceae).
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The phylogenetic analysis showed the Quadrifaria group, as presently defined, is not monophyletic and its species belong in at least two clades, which is consistent with the clades recovered with cpDNA data. Expand
A Preliminary Approach to the Phylogeny of the Genus Paspalum (Poaceae)
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The phylogenetic relationships among the species of Paspalum L. belonging to the informal groups Notata/Linearia and Dilatata are clarified, and some preliminary hypotheses on the phylogeny of the genus as a whole are raised. Expand
Cytogenetic analyses in Paspalum L. reveal new diploid species and accessions
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Chromosome numbers were counted in 126 new accessions of 50 Paspalum species from Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia and an unusually high number of diploid species and accessions was found. Expand
Genetic diversity of the forage peanut in the Jequitinhonha, São Francisco, and Paranã River valleys of Brazil.
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The results reveal a very weak genetic structure that does not form defined clusters, and that there is a high degree of similarity between the two species. Expand
IAPT chromosome data 31
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Karol Marhold (ed), Jaromír Kučera (ed.), Camila Aguiar-Melo, Erton Mendonça de Almeida, Lânia Isis Ferreira Alves, Tatyana V. Zykova, and J.D. Welker & Elena Yu. Expand
Genetic variation in polyploid forage grass: Assessing the molecular genetic variability in the Paspalum genus
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The molecular genetic approach employed in this study was able to distinguish many of the different taxa examined, except for species that belong to the Plicatula group, which has historically been recognized as a highly complex group. Expand
Cytogenetic evidences on the evolutionary relationships between the tetraploids of the section Rhizomatosae and related diploid species (Arachis, Leguminosae)
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An exhaustive analysis of the karyotypes of all rhizomatous species and six closely related diploid species of the sections Erectoides and Procumbentes by cytogenetic mapping of DAPI/CMA heterochromatin bands and 5S and 18–26S rDNA loci suggests multiple origins of these tetraploids. Expand
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