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Genome size variation among accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana.
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A closer investigation of the DNA fractions involved in intraspecific genome size differences in this experimentally accessible species may provide information on the factors involved in stability and evolution of genome sizes. Expand
Microsatellite enrichment in organisms with large genomes (Allium cepa L.).
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A nonradioactive method for micros satellite isolation based on affinity capture of single-stranded restriction fragments annealed to biotinylated microsatellite oligonucleotides (CA)10, (GAA)8 and (AAC)8 followed by adapter-mediated genomic PCR is described. Expand
Effects of preconditioning and temperature during germination of 73 natural accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana.
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Multifactorial analyses of variances revealed significant differences in the effects of genotypes, preconditioning, temperature treatment, and their interactions on duration of germination and establishment among natural accessions of Arabidopsis thaliana. Expand
Onion microsatellites for germplasm analysis and their use in assessing intra- and interspecific relatedness within the subgenus Rhizirideum
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A set of informative STMS markers in onion (Allium cepa L.) are identified and their application for genotyping and for determining genetic relationships are reported on and results obtained from recently performed analyses using ITS, RAPD and morphology are extended. Expand
Immigration and in situ glacial survival of the low-alpine Erinus alpinus (Scrophulariaceae)
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This support for locally restricted in situ survival of E. alpinus in the northern Prealps or nearby Jura mountains is considered, as the west-eastern gene-pool probably immigrated postglacially from southern France through the prealpine lowlands, skirting central Switzerland. Expand
Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) markers reveal that population structure of triploid dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) exhibits both clonality and recombination
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According to this data, asexual reproduction has resulted in overrepresented, widespread genotypes but sexual recombination has also substantially contributed to genetic variation in the sites studied. Expand
Nuclear DNA amounts in pacific Crustacea
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The data suggest that evolution by polyploidy may be more common in crustaceans than earlier data had indicated and recommend the Crustacea for further studies in evolutionary genetics. Expand
Molecular phylogeny of Coelogyne (Epidendroideae; Orchidaceae) based on plastid RFLPS, matK, and nuclear ribosomal ITS sequences: evidence for polyphyly.
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Compared with Coelogyninae, Coelogyne is polyphyletic, with species falling into at least two well-supported clades, and a reorganization of the genus by including Neogyna and Pholidota and removing several species is proposed. Expand
Glacial survival does not matter: RAPD phylogeography of Nordic Saxifraga oppositifolia
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The results suggest that there has been extensive gene flow among more or less continuously distributed populations of S. oppositifolia during the Weichselian, and that the extant Nordic populations were established after massive, centripetal immigration from these genetically variable, periglacial populations. Expand
Nunatak survival of the high Alpine plant Eritrichium nanum (L.) Gaudin in the central Alps during the ice ages
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Only one haplotype was common and widespread throughout the distributional range of E. nanum, and this haplotype is hypothesized to be genetically identical to a Tertiary Alpine colonizing ancestor, whose distribution was secondarily fragmented and infiltrated by derived haplotypes originating through local mutations. Expand
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