Panqiao Wang

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Melon is one of the most important fruit crops in China, and has been the focus of much effort in breeding new cultivars but only limited effort in basic studies (e.g., germplasm collection, assessment, and utilization). In this study, we assessed the genetic diversity and population structure in a large melon collection (570 Chinese accessions and 42(More)
The genetic relationships between the wild and cultivated melon accessions from Northwest and Central China were dissected using 22 microsatellite markers. A total of 153 alleles, a high level of expected heterozygosity (0.669), and a low observed heterozygosity (0.156) were detected in the total panel. Differences on the allelic composition and(More)
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