Genetic Diversity and Spatial Genetic Structure of Berchemia racemosa var. magna in Anmyeon Island

  title={Genetic Diversity and Spatial Genetic Structure of Berchemia racemosa var. magna in Anmyeon Island},
  author={Son Jeong-ho and Lim Hyo-In and Jang Kyeong-Hwan and Hong Kyung-Nak and Han Jingyu},
  journal={Korean Journal of Horticultural Science \& Technology},
Abstract: Berchemia racemosa var. magna is only found in Anmyeon Island of South Korea. Genetic diversity and the spatial genetic structure of B. racemosa var. magna in Anmyeon Island were studied by I-SSR marker system. Fifty I-SSR amplicons were producedfrom 8 selected primers. We used 13 polymorphic markers to analyze the genetic structure. Distribution of 39 individuals in the study plot (90 m × 70 m) showed aggregate pattern (aggregation index = 0.706). Total 21 genets were observed from… 
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