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Multilocus genomic associations among selected taxa of genus Potentilla (Rosaceae) in Poland using RAPD analysis

  title={Multilocus genomic associations among selected taxa of genus Potentilla (Rosaceae) in Poland using RAPD analysis},
  author={Jeremi Ko{\AA}‚odziejek and Tomasz Cieślikowski and Tomasz Sakowicz},
  journal={Acta Botanica Croatica},
Nine taxa of Potentilla species from Poland representing P. sect. Terminales (Dõll.) Gren et Godr. and P. sect. Aureae (Wolf) Juz. were analyzed via a series of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analyses to test (1) the hypothesis that the six species representing P. subsect. Collinae Juz. of the P. Terminales sect., i.e. P. collina Wibel, P. thyrsiflora Zimmeter, P. wimannania Günther et Schummel, P. leucopolitana P. J. Müll., P. ́gabarae Kolodziejek, P. koernickei Zimmeter, are… 
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