Diversity distribution and population structure of tea germplasms in China revealed by EST-SSR markers

@article{Yao2011DiversityDA,
  title={Diversity distribution and population structure of tea germplasms in China revealed by EST-SSR markers},
  author={Ming-Zhe Yao and Chun-lei Ma and Tingting Qiao and Ji-Qiang Jin and Liang Chen},
  journal={Tree Genetics & Genomes},
  year={2011},
  volume={8},
  pages={205-220}
}
Tea plant (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) originated from China, where distributed abundant genetic resources. It is of critical importance to well understanding of genetic diversity and population structure for effective collection, conservation, and utilization of tea germplasms. In this study, 96 new polymorphic EST-SSR markers were developed and used to analyze 450 tea accessions collected from 14 tea-producing regions across China. A total of 409 alleles were observed, and the gene… CONTINUE READING

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