Introgression between wild and cultivated soybeans of Japan revealed by RFLP analysis for chloroplast DNAs

@article{Abe2008IntrogressionBW,
  title={Introgression between wild and cultivated soybeans of Japan revealed by RFLP analysis for chloroplast DNAs},
  author={Jun Abe and Atsuhiko Hasegawa and Hirofumi Fukushi and Tetsuo Mikami and Masashi Ohara and Y. Shimamoto},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={53},
  pages={285-291}
}
Wild soybeans collected in Japan were surveyed for RFLPs of chloroplast DNA. Three haplotypes were detected in RFLPs with a cpDNA clone which contains a LSC region adjacent to the left member of IR. Most of the plants tested possessed haplotype III, and a few plants, collected mostly in southern Japan, had haplotype II. Haplotype I, which is the predominant form in modern cultivars, was detected at six sites from four widely separated regions. Our results indicate that haplotype III is… CONTINUE READING

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