Molecular identification of Allium ochotense and Allium microdictyon using multiplex-PCR based on single nucleotide polymorphisms

@article{Kim2018MolecularIO,
  title={Molecular identification of Allium ochotense and Allium microdictyon using multiplex-PCR based on single nucleotide polymorphisms},
  author={Yong-Bog Kim and R. Ramekar and Seong-jin Choi and Byoung-Gon Choi and Se-Won Kim and Youn-Ki Moon and H. Noh and Ju-Kyong Lee and Jin-Sung Hong and N. Park and I. Choi and S. Choi and Kyong-Cheul Park},
  journal={Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology},
  year={2018},
  volume={59},
  pages={865-873}
}
Allium ochotense and Allium microdictyon are commonly known as ‘Mountain garlic’ and are popular, economically important species in many countries such as Korea, China, and Mongolia. Their leaves are used as culinary side dishes and in traditional medicines. In Korea, these two species are at risk of extinction due to damage to their natural habitat and thus, conservation and breeding programs are needed. However, their identification relies mostly on morphological data, which is limited and… Expand
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