Glycoalkaloids as biomarkers for recognition of cultivated, wild, and somatic hybrids of potato.

  title={Glycoalkaloids as biomarkers for recognition of cultivated, wild, and somatic hybrids of potato.},
  author={Salvatore Savarese and Anna Andolfi and Alessio Cimmino and Domenico Carputo and Luigi Frusciante and Antonio Evidente},
  journal={Chemistry & biodiversity},
  volume={6 4},
Cultivated and wild potato species synthesize a wide variety of steroidal glycoalkaloids (GAs). During breeding programs, species genomes are often put together through either sexual or somatic hybridization. Therefore, the determination of the GA composition of hybrids is very important in that it may affect either human consumption, or resistance to pathogen and pests. Here, we report the results of GA analysis performed on wild Solanum bulbocastanum, haploids of cultivated potato S… CONTINUE READING


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