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Results of karyological study of intact plants and some callus lines of Panax ginseng are presented. In the native plants of P. ginseng the nucleus with 1 nucleolus (90%) dominate, and nucleus with 2 nucleoli is rare. One nucleolar nucleus also dominate in interphase nuclei of cells of cultivated P. ginseng (from 2006), but we also found nucleus with 2 to 3(More)
Genetic variability in ten populations of wild-growing ginseng was assessed using AFLP markers with the application of fragment analysis on a genetic analyzer. The variation indices were high in the populations (P = 55.68%, H S = 0.1891) and for the species (P = 99.65%; H S = 0.2857). Considerable and statistically significant population differentiation was(More)
BACKGROUND The natural habitat of wild P. ginseng is currently found only in the Russian Primorye and the populations are extremely exhausted and require restoration. Analysis of the genetic diversity and population structure of an endangered species is a prerequisite for conservation. The present study aims to investigate the patterns and levels of genetic(More)
320 Wilddgrowing ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Meyer) is an endangered medicinal plant. The domestication of the " root of life " started as early as in the first cenn tury BC and was intended to replenish the resources of this valuable herbal remedy. However, in the case of the artificial reproduction of this plant, its medicinal properties become worse, and(More)
BACKGROUND Wild ginseng, Panax ginseng Meyer, is an endangered species of medicinal plants. In the present study, we analyzed variations within the ribosomal DNA (rDNA) cluster to gain insight into the genetic diversity of the Oriental ginseng, P. ginseng, at artificial plant cultivation. METHODS The roots of wild P. ginseng plants were sampled from a(More)
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