Genetic diversity and structure of Ethiopian, Yemen and Brazilian Coffea arabica L. accessions using microsatellites markers

@article{Silvestrini2006GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic diversity and structure of Ethiopian, Yemen and Brazilian Coffea arabica L. accessions using microsatellites markers},
  author={Milene Silvestrini and Michele Gilvana Junqueira and Andr{\'e}a C. Favarin and Oliveiro Guerreiro-Filho and Mirian Perez Maluf and Maria Bernadete Silvarolla and Carlos Augusto Colombo},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={1367-1379}
}
Genetic diversity among 115 coffee accessions from the Coffea Germplasm Collection of IAC was assessed using SSR markers. The germplasm represents 73 accessions of Coffea arabica derived from spontaneous and subspontaneous plants in Ethiopia and Eritrea, species center of origin and diversity, 13 commercial cultivars of C. arabica developed by the Breeding Program of IAC, 1 accession of C. arabica cv. ‘Geisha’, 13 accessions of C. arabica from Yemen, 5 accessions of C. eugenioides, 4 accessions… CONTINUE READING
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