Genetic Diversity of Dalmatian Sage ( Salvia offi cinalis L . ) as Assessed by RAPD Markers

@inproceedings{Liber2014GeneticDO,
  title={Genetic Diversity of Dalmatian Sage ( Salvia offi cinalis L . ) as Assessed by RAPD Markers},
  author={Zlatko Liber and Vesna Židovec and Sandro Bogdanovi{\'c} and Ivan Radosavljevi{\'c} and Monika PRU{\vS}A and M Filipovic and Ines HAN DOVEDAN and Marija Jug-Dujakovi{\'c} and Zlatko {\vS}atovi{\'c}},
  year={2014}
}
Dalmatian or common sage (Salvia offi cinalis L.) is an outcrossing plant species native to East Adriatic coast. Random Amplifi ed Polymorphic DNA markers (RAPD) were used to analyze genetic diversity and structure of ten natural populations from the East-Adriatic coastal region. Th e highest genetic diversity was found in populations from the central and south Dalmatia, while the highest frequency down-weighted marker values were found in the northernmost populations and the southern most… CONTINUE READING

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