Evidence from genome-wide simple sequence repeat markers for a polyphyletic origin and secondary centers of genetic diversity of Brassica juncea in China and India.

@article{Chen2013EvidenceFG,
  title={Evidence from genome-wide simple sequence repeat markers for a polyphyletic origin and secondary centers of genetic diversity of Brassica juncea in China and India.},
  author={Sheng Chen and Zhenjie Wan and Matthew N Nelson and Jitendra Pratap Singh Chauhan and Robert J. Redden and Wayne A. Burton and Ping Lin and Phillip A Salisbury and Tingdong Fu and Wallace A Cowling},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2013},
  volume={104 3},
  pages={416-27}
}
The oilseed Brassica juncea is an important crop with a long history of cultivation in India and China. Previous studies have suggested a polyphyletic origin of B. juncea and more than one migration from the primary to secondary centers of diversity. We investigated molecular genetic diversity based on 99 simple sequence repeat markers in 119 oilseed B… CONTINUE READING

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