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Assessment of genetic diversity among Aloe vera accessions using amplified fragment length polymorphism.

@article{Tripathi2011AssessmentOG,
  title={Assessment of genetic diversity among Aloe vera accessions using amplified fragment length polymorphism.},
  author={Niraj Tripathi and Navinder Saini and S. Tiwari},
  journal={International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants},
  year={2011},
  volume={1},
  pages={115-121}
}
The use of herbal medicines has gain tremendously in the last decade. Amplified fragment length polymor- phism (AFLP) was employed to assess the diversity in 12 elite accessions of Aloe vera collected from different locations of Madhya Pradesh, India. Among the twelve genotypes the AFLP primer combinations generated a total of 410 fra g- ments with an average of 51.2 fragments per primer combination. In order to assess the discriminatory power of eight primer combinations used, a variety of… 

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