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This study was conducted to evaluate the growth characteristics and fatty acid composition among 15 kenaf mutants derived from the kenaf germplasm C14 and 15 kenaf accessions originating from Russia, India, China, Iran, and Italy. The overall growth performance (plant height, stem diameter, flowering date, leaf, and flower size) of the stem color mutant(More)
Kenaf is a multipurpose crop, but a lack of genetic information hinders genetic and molecular research. In this study, we aimed to develop EST-SSR markers from mutant and wild-type cultivars, and to assess the genetic diversity of the kenaf resources. A total of 33 Gb of sequence data comprising 130,480 unigenes was assembled by de novo RNA-sequencing of(More)
Mutagenesis using ionizing radiation has been widely used for the development of genetic and breeding resources with novel characteristics. Although mutation breeding using X- and gamma-rays has been attempted in peppers, information on the effectiveness of other ionizing radiation and a comparative analysis of mutagenic effects of different forms of(More)
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) is an annual herbaceous crop and the third largest fiber crop of economic importance, after cotton and jute. In view of recent global environmental challenges, multipurpose uses of kenaf have been developed, such as animal feed, bio-plastics, bio-fuels, and phytoremediation. We cloned genes related to monolignol biosynthesis(More)
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