Gene pool classification of common bean landraces from Chile based on RAPD and morphological data

  title={Gene pool classification of common bean landraces from Chile based on RAPD and morphological data},
  author={Mitrick A. Johns and Paul W. Skroch and James Nienhuis and Patricio Hinrichsen and G. Bascur and Carlos Mu{\~n}oz-Schick},
  journal={Crop Science},
Landraces of commonb ean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) from Chile are a phenotypically diverse group whose relationship to the two major gene pools (Andeana nd Mesoamericani)s unclear. The genetic composition of 69 Chileanl andraces, 15 commerciaclu itivars growni n Chile, and 11 previously characterized check accessions was examined using RAPDs (random amplified polymorphic DNA). The 25 primers used generated 106 polymorphic bands. A genetic distance (GD) matrix based on simple matching of… 
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