Morphological Characterization and Relationships of Wild Tomatoes ( Solanum L . Sect . Lycopersicon )

@inproceedings{Peralta2005MorphologicalCA,
  title={Morphological Characterization and Relationships of Wild Tomatoes ( Solanum L . Sect . Lycopersicon )},
  author={Iris Edith Peralta and David M Spooner},
  year={2005}
}
Wild tomatoes (Solanum L. sect. Lycopersicon (Mill.) Wettst.) are native to western South America. Different classifications have been based on morphological or biological species concepts. Molecular data from mitochondrial DNA restriction sites, nuclear and chloroplast DNA restriction length fragment polymorphisms, and most recently gene sequences of the single-copy nuclear GBSSI or waxy gene, also have been used to examine species relationships. This study is a companion to the GBSSI gene… CONTINUE READING

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