Comparison of the use of morphological, protein and DNA markers in the genetic characterization of Iranian wild Prunus species

@inproceedings{Zeinalabedini2008ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the use of morphological, protein and DNA markers in the genetic characterization of Iranian wild Prunus species},
  author={Mehrshad Zeinalabedini and Khalid Majourhat and M. Khayam-Nekoui and V. G. Grigorian and M. Torchi and Federico Dicenta and Pedro Mart{\'i}nez-G{\'o}mez},
  year={2008}
}
In this study, the genetic diversity of four Iranian wild Prunus species including Prunus eleagnifolia, Prunus hauskenchtii, Prunus scoparia and Prunus lycioides were investigated using morphological, protein and DNA markers. DNA markers included nuclear and chloroplast SSRs and self-incompatibility (S) allele amplification. At the morphological level, leaf width showed significant differences between the four wild Prunus species. Concerning fruit and kernel characters, their values are… CONTINUE READING

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