Corpus ID: 220995252

Genetic variation of Dactylis glomerata germplasm from Southwest China detected by SSR markers.

@article{Wengang2009GeneticVO,
  title={Genetic variation of Dactylis glomerata germplasm from Southwest China detected by SSR markers.},
  author={Xie Wengang and Zhang Xinquan and Ma Xiao and Huang Lin-kai and Zeng Bing},
  journal={Acta Pratacultural Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={138-146}
}
Simple sequence repeat(SSR) molecular markers were applied to detect the genetic variation of 110 individuals of 11 Dactylis glomerata accessions from Southwest China(Sichuan province,Yunnan province,Guizhou province and Chongqing city).1) 21 primer pairs were selected for SSR analysis and 143 polymorphic bands were found with an average of 6.8 bands per primer pair.The percentage of polymorphism bands(PPB) was 90.7%,the polymorphism information content(PIC) ranged from 0.17(A01F24) to 0.45… Expand
Gene-Targeted markers to assess genetic diversity and population structure within Tunisian Phoenix dactylifera L. cultivars
TLDR
The present investigation suggests the effectiveness of the SCoT marker system to estimate the genetic diversity of Phoenix dactylifera genotypes. Expand
Potential of Start Codon Targeted (SCoT) Markers to Estimate Genetic Diversity and Relationships among Chinese Elymus sibiricus Accessions
TLDR
The results of the present study showed that SCoT markers were efficient in assessing the genetic diversity among E. sibiricus accessions and suggested that collecting and evaluating E. Sibirico germplasm for major geographic regions and special environments broadens the available genetic base and illustrates the range of variation. Expand
Population structuring of selected mungbean landraces of the Odisha State of India via DNA marker-based genetic diversity analysis
Abstract Ever-increasing demands of mungbean consumption, wide eco-geographical variations and inadequate achievements through conventional breeding necessitate comprehensive assessment of geneticExpand