Genetic relations among basil taxa (Ocimum L.) based on molecular markers, nuclear DNA content, and chromosome number

@article{CaroviStanko2009GeneticRA,
  title={Genetic relations among basil taxa (Ocimum L.) based on molecular markers, nuclear DNA content, and chromosome number},
  author={Klaudija Carovi{\'c}-Stanko and Zlatko Liber and Vi{\vs}nja Besendorfer and Branka Javornik and Borut Bohanec and Ivan Kolak and Zlatko {\vS}atovi{\'c}},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={285},
  pages={13-22}
}
Twenty-eight basil accessions including six Ocimum species and six botanical varieties or cultivars of O. basilicum were studied using molecular markers, nuclear DNA content, and chromosome counting. This is the first study reporting the nuclear DNA content in the genus Ocimum. The results supported the existence of more infrageneric groups within the genus. The section Ocimum was further divided into two separate clades. The first clade contained the accessions belonging to different botanical… CONTINUE READING
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