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Phenotypic diversity within native Iranian almond (Prunus spp.) species and their breeding potential
A total of 137 accessions from 18 wild almond species were collected from Iran and leaf and fruit traits were characterized. Also evaluated were flowering and ripening date, self-incompatibility andExpand
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Amplified fragment length polymorphism as a tool for molecular characterization of almond germplasm: genetic diversity among cultivated genotypes and related wild species of almond, and its
Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) analysis is a rapid and efficient method for producing DNA fingerprints and molecular characterization. Our objectives were to: estimate geneticExpand
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Linkage disequilibrium, genetic association mapping and gene localization in crop plants
DNA-based molecular markers have been extensively utilized for a variety of studies in both plant and animal systems. One of the major uses of these markers is the construction of genome-wideExpand
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Assessment of genetic diversity and structure of Imperial Crown (Fritillaria imperialis L.) populations in the Zagros region of Iran using AFLP, ISSR and RAPD markers and implications for its
Abstract Fritillaria imperialis grows at high altitudes of the alpine Zagros region of Iran and has a high medicinal and ornamental value and importance. In this study AFLP, ISSR and RAPD markersExpand
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Molecular characterization and phylogenetic relationships among and within species of Phalaenopsis (Epidendroideae: Orchidaceae) based on RAPD analysis
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis for 20 species of Phalaenopsis was conducted to determine their genetic distances and relationships. Among 20 different primers used for RAPDExpand
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Comparison of traditional and new generation DNA markers declares high genetic diversity and differentiated population structure of wild almond species
Wild almond species as sources of genetic variation may have crucial importance in breeding. A total of 389 accessions of 18 species have been analysed using inter-retrotransposon amplifiedExpand
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Wild almond (Prunus scoparia L.) as potential oilseed resource for the future: Studies on the variability of its oil content and composition.
Wild almond genetic resources have still not received considerable attention for oil chemical compositions and uses. The aim of this study was to assess the levels of variation in oil content andExpand
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Response of in vitro pollen germination and pollen tube growth of almond (Prunus dulcis Mill.) to temperature, polyamines and polyamine synthesis inhibitor
Abstract Prunus dulcis L. ‘Mamaei’ is grown widely in souhtwest of Iran. It blooms in early spring when temperatures are still low. Based on our knowledge there are no reports in the literatureExpand
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Molecular characterization of genetic variability and structure of olive( Olea europaea L.) germplasm collection analyzed by agromorphologicaltraits and microsatellite markers
We studied 200 trees belonging to 20 accessions of cultivated olive (O. europaea L.) from 4 regions of origin, evaluated by means of agromorphological traits and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers.Expand
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Evaluation of seed quality and oil parameters in native Iranian almond (Prunus L. spp.) species
Abstract We assessed chemical composition and variation in oil content and seed weight of 40 wild-growing almonds (Prunus L. spp.) accessions collected from different parts of Iran. There wereExpand
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