Assessing the maternal origin in the polyploid complex of Camellia reticulata based on the chloroplast rpl16 intron sequences: implications for camellia cross breeding

@article{Xu2018AssessingTM,
  title={Assessing the maternal origin in the polyploid complex of Camellia reticulata based on the chloroplast rpl16 intron sequences: implications for camellia cross breeding},
  author={Xiaodan Xu and Wei Zheng and Aj Harris and Wei Wang and Weizhu Shao and Jun WenJ. Wen},
  journal={Molecular Breeding},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={1-6}
}
Camellia reticulata is a well-known woody ornamental species endemic to Southwest China. It represents a polyploid complex with diploids, allotetraploids, and allohexaploids. The parentage of the allotetraploids and allohexaploids has been reported by genomic in situ hybridization, but the maternal parents still remain unknown. In this study, sequences of the chloroplast rpl16 intron of 105 cultivars of C. reticulata and 7 congeneric species were used to infer the maternal origin of the… CONTINUE READING

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