Identification of ‘Sorrento’ walnut using simple sequence repeats (SSRs)

@article{Foroni2006IdentificationO,
  title={Identification of ‘Sorrento’ walnut using simple sequence repeats (SSRs)},
  author={Iris Foroni and Keith E. Woeste and Luigi Monti and Rosa Rao},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={1081-1094}
}
Among the Italian walnut (Juglans regia L.) landraces, ‘Sorrento’ is the most famous. It originated in the Sorrento peninsula, but today it is grown in the entire Campania region. ‘Sorrento’ is a mixture of genetic entities and is often heterogeneous for important commercial traits such as fruit size and yield. Consequently, the morphological description of ‘Sorrento’ is extremely difficult. To evaluate the genetic diversity in ‘Sorrento’ walnut, we analyzed 16 ‘Sorrento’ plants grown in… CONTINUE READING
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