Molecular and morphological characterization of Golestan (Iran) olive ecotypes provides evidence for the presence of promising genotypes

@article{Mousavi2013MolecularAM,
  title={Molecular and morphological characterization of Golestan (Iran) olive ecotypes provides evidence for the presence of promising genotypes},
  author={Soraya Mousavi and Mehdi Hosseini Mazinani and Kazem Arzani and Abbas Ydollahi and Saverio Pandolfi and Luciana Baldoni and Roberto Mariotti},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={61},
  pages={775-785}
}
Unidentified olive plants naturally grow in the Golestan province of Iran, on different soils and under climates spanning from sub-temperate to desert conditions, represented by single trees or groups of few trees. We collected samples from representative sites and analyzed them by simple sequence repeat markers in order to determine their identity and their relationships to prominent Iranian and Mediterranean reference cultivars. Population structure analysis separated these ecotypes from… CONTINUE READING
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