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Analogy of ISSR and RAPD markers for comparative analysis of genetic diversity among different Jatropha curcas genotypes
Both the markers are equally important for genetic diversity analysis in Jatropha curcas, as they detected 84.26% as compared to 76.54% for ISSR markers, and the regression test between the two Nei’s genetic diversity indexes showed low regression between RAPD and ISSR based similarities.
Assessment of genetic diversity through RAPD, ISSR and AFLP markers in Podophyllum hexandrum: a medicinal herb from the Northwestern Himalayan region
Genetic analysis of 28 populations of Podophyllotoxin indicated that there was limited gene flow among the sampled populations, and analysis of molecular variance indicated that 53 %, 62 % and 64 % of the genetic diversity among the studied populations was attributed to geographical location.
Detection and Evaluation of Genetic Variation in 17 Promising Cultivars of Turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) Using 4C Nuclear DNA Content and RAPD Markers
The differential DNA content observed among 17 different cultivars of Curcuma longa comprising same chromosome number could be attributed to the loss or addition of highly repetitive sequences in the genome.
Assessment of Genetic Diversity among 16 Promising Cultivars of Ginger Using Cytological and Molecular Markers
The existing variation among 16 promising cultivars as observed through differential rhizome yield was proved to have a genetic basis using different genetic markers such as karyotype, 4C nuclear DNA content and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD).
Impact of urbanization on the groundwater regime in a fast growing city in central India
Groundwater quality has deteriorated during the last 10 years, especially in dugwells, mainly due to misuse and disuse of these structures and poor circulation of groundwater, but comparison of the present water quality with that in mid-1970s and early 1980s does not show any perceptible change.
Assessment of genetic diversity among Podophyllum hexandrum genotypes of the North-western Himalayan region for podophyllotoxin production
Based on the observed genetic variations among the genotypes of Podophyllum , it is recommended for their in situ conservation and germplasm collection expeditions in future conservation plans.
Groundwater resources assessment of the Koyna River basin, India
The Western Ghats (hills) region of the Indian peninsula in western India receives heavy precipitation (4,000–6,000 mm/year), but the headwater basins that coalesce runoff from these hills retain
Estimation of antioxidant activity and total phenolics among natural populations of caper (Capparis spinosa) leaves collected from cold arid desert of trans-Himalayas.
Antioxidant activity (%) of Capparis spinosa leaves collected from nine different sites from three valleys in trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh (India) were measured using DPPH, ABTS and FRAP assay
Correspondence of ISSR and RAPD markers for comparative analysis of genetic diversity among different apricot genotypes from cold arid deserts of trans-Himalayas
The phylogenetic relationships of 36 locally grown Prunus armeniaca genotypes which are collected from nine sampling sites from two valleys of trans-Himalayan region were analyzed using 31 PCR markers, finding RAPD markers were found more efficient with regards to polymorphism detection.
Characterization of genetic structure of Podophyllum hexandrum populations, an endangered medicinal herb of Northwestern Himalaya, using ISSR-PCR markers and its relatedness with podophyllotoxin
Any further cultivation of this species requires optimization of environmental factors in order to increase the rate of production of podophyllotoxin from any collected population.