Isozyme polymorphism provides fingerprints for germplasm ofArachis glabrata Bentham


Arachis glabrata Bentham, a wild, perennial relative of the cultivated peanut, has been under development as a forage plant for the subtropics and tropics since the early 1960s. To complement the limited genetic resources available in those years, a significant germplasm collection has been assembled in recent years. But little is known about the genetic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02310687


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