Limited genetic diversity among clones of red wine cultivar 'Carmenère' as revealed by microsatellite and AFLP markers

@inproceedings{Moncada2015LimitedGD,
  title={Limited genetic diversity among clones of red wine cultivar 'Carmen{\`e}re' as revealed by microsatellite and AFLP markers},
  author={Ximena Moncada and R Patricio Hinrichsen},
  year={2015}
}
'Carmenère' is a fine red wine cultivar (Vitis vinifera L.) that has spread, unrecorded from France to other countries. It probably arrived in Chile before the Phylloxera crisis in Europe where it remained confused with Merlot and other red wine cultivars until the mid 1990s. In this study, genetic diversity among 26 accessions from Chile, France and Italy was analysed using microsatellite (SSR) and AFLP markers. Using 20 SSR markers, a “standard genotype” was established and three different… CONTINUE READING

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