Interspecific relationship of ten European orchid species as revealed by enzyme electrophoresis

@article{Schlegel2004InterspecificRO,
  title={Interspecific relationship of ten European orchid species as revealed by enzyme electrophoresis},
  author={Martin Schlegel and G{\"u}nther H B Steinbr{\"u}ck and Karoline Hahn and Bernd R{\"o}ttger},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={163},
  pages={107-119}
}
Ten species of orchid plants belonging to the generaOrchis (7),Dactylorhiza (2), andGymnadenia (1) were analyzed by enzyme electrophoresis. Each species can be identified by a combination of enzyme bands different from those of all other species examined. The electrophoretic data were used for the construction of phenetic and phylogenetic trees with the help of computer programs. The trees were almost identical regardless which method was used. Our results differ considerably from a… CONTINUE READING

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