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A comparative proteome approach to decipher the mechanism of rice adaptation to phosphorous deficiency
A coordinated response in NIL in response to phosphorous deficiency which may confer higher adaptation to nutrient deficiency is highlighted.
Introduction of new indices to identify relative drought tolerance and resistance in wheat genotypes
SNPI had a positive correlation with yield changes in both non-irrigated and irrigated conditions and negative correlation with SSI and TOL, therefore, to select a genotype with appropriate, high and stable yield in both stress and non-stress conditions for commercial aims, it is suggested to use SNPI as a desirable index.
Assessing wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genetic diversity using quality traits, amplified fragment length polymorphisms, simple sequence repeats and proteome analysis
The cluster analysis based on AFLP data showed the closest agreement with genotypes' regions of origin or pedigree information, and the classification based on quality traits and genotypic markers of these wheat genotypes will be useful for wheat breeders to plan crosses for positive traits.
An Assessment of Genetic Diversity in Wild Diploid Wheat Triticum boeoticum from West of Iran Using RAPD, AFLP and SSR Markers
A good level of genetic diversity observed in the populations of Kermanshah and Lorestan Provinces shows that T. boeoticum invades a wide range of agroecosystems in the West of Iran.
Genotype × environment interaction by AMMI and GGE biplot analysis in three consecutive generations of wheat (Triticum aestivum) under normal and drought stress conditions.
Thirty six wheat genotypes derived from diallel crosses from F1 to F3 and their parents were evaluated in six different environments for the stability of performance, and hybrid number 17 was identified as the best line due to its stability and high yield.
Assessment of the Genetic Diversity of Almond (Prunus dulcis) Using Microsatellite Markers and Morphological Traits
The results of the present study showed that microsatellite markers could be successfully used to assay genetic diversity among Iranian almond landraces/cultivars and to identify informative markers for improving traits in breeding programs.
Comparative analyses of the genetic diversity among bread wheat genotypes based on RAPD and SSR markers
Two different DNA-based techniques viz, randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers were used to estimate genetic diversity among bread wheat. A total of 188
Microsatellite analysis of Damask rose (Rosa damascena Mill.) accessions from various regions in Iran reveals multiple genotypes
This is the first study that uncovered genetic diversity within Damask rose and the genotype from Isfahan province was the most common genotype, which may be directly useful for breeding.