Molecular Markers and the Management of Tropical Trees: the Case of Indigenous Fruits

Abstract

Millions of people in the tropics benefit from the harvest, cultivation and consumption of indigenous fruit trees (IFTs). Knowledge concerning the structuring of genetic variation within these species is crucial for sustainable use and conservation, but the availability of such information has been limited. By reference to case study species that are… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12042-008-9027-9

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@article{Jamnadass2008MolecularMA, title={Molecular Markers and the Management of Tropical Trees: the Case of Indigenous Fruits}, author={Ramni H. Jamnadass and Andrew Lowe and Ian K. Dawson}, journal={Tropical Plant Biology}, year={2008}, volume={2}, pages={1-12} }