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Multivariate analysis of Prunus subgen. Cerasus germplasm in Iran using morphological variables
Knowledge of relationships among the cultivated and wild species of Cerasus, a subgenus of Prunus L., is important for recognizing gene pools, identifying pitfalls in germplasm collections and
Morphological diversity of Pistacia species in Iran
This research evaluated wild pistachio species and genotypes native to Iran to determine any relationships that exist according to their phenotypical characteristics and found P.khinjuk was located between the other two species, but resembled P. atlantica more than P. vera.
Morphological characterization of Prunus incana Pall. by multivariate analysis
Iran is one of the most important growing centers for wild and domesticated species and varieties of Prunus subgenus Cerasus plants. Due to the suitable adaptation of wild species to the
Assessment of Genetic Diversity of Some Wild Populations of Thymus Kotschyanus Usingrapd Molecular Markers
RAPD molecular markers were used to assess the genetic diversity of some population of thyme (Thymus kotschyanus) from Iran and showed that Takestan and Alamut had the highest and lowest within populations variation compared to other populations, respectively.
Genetic Relationships of Some Pistacia Species Using RAPD and AFLP Markers
AFLP and RAPD markers were used for studying genetic diversity of plants and correlation between genetic similarity and cophenetic coefficient for RAPD marker were 0.82 and 0.77, respectively.
Introduction of New Promising Apple Genotypes: A Study of Quality Attributes of Apple in Crosses between Iranian Early Ripening and Exotic Late Ripening Apple Cultivars
Results of recorded traits showed that during two evaluation years, flowering and fruit ripening time, titrable acidity, SSC/acid ratio, and fruit weight had the highest coefficients of phenotypic variations.