Genetic variation analysis of the genus Passiflora L. using RAPD markers

  title={Genetic variation analysis of the genus Passiflora L. using RAPD markers},
  author={Diego A Fajardo and Fernando Angel and Mikkel Grum and Joe Tohme and Mario Lobo and William M. Roca and In{\'e}s Mart{\'i}n ‐ S{\'a}nchez},
Genetic analysis based on Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) was carried out on 52 accessions representing 14 species of the genus Passiflora L. using 50 random 10-mer primers. A dendrogram constructed using the Dice similarity coefficient and the UPGMA algorithm based on 626 reproducible polymorphic products ranging in size from 2.8 to 0.3 Kb revealed high levels of variation within and among species, and clustering of accessions according to species. Similarity coefficients ranged from 0… CONTINUE READING
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