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Assessment of five markers as potential barcodes for identifying Sargassum subgenus Sargassum species (Phaeophyceae, Fucales)

@article{Mattio2010AssessmentOF,
  title={Assessment of five markers as potential barcodes for identifying Sargassum subgenus Sargassum species (Phaeophyceae, Fucales)},
  author={Lydiane Mattio and Claude Payri},
  journal={Cryptogamie Algologie},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={467-485}
}
D NA barcoding has been the focus of numerous publications, but only limited studies are available for marine macroalgae and even less are specific to Phaeophyceae. The case study presented here assesses the potential of five different markers for use as DNA barcodes in the genus Sargassum :t he nuclear ITS-2, ap ortion of the chloroplastic RubisCO operon and am itochondrial spacer (mtsp), COI and cox3. To assess and compare the identi- fication success of the five markers we used three… 

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