Multivariate analysis of Prunus subgen. Cerasus germplasm in Iran using morphological variables

@article{KhadiviKhub2011MultivariateAO,
  title={Multivariate analysis of Prunus subgen. Cerasus germplasm in Iran using morphological variables},
  author={Abdollah Khadivi-Khub and Zabihollah Zamani and Mohamad Reza Fatahi},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={59},
  pages={909-926}
}
Knowledge of relationships among the cultivated and wild species of Cerasus, a subgenus of Prunus L., is important for recognizing gene pools, identifying pitfalls in germplasm collections and developing effective conservation and management strategies. In this study, morphological characterization of wild Cerasus subgenus species naturally growing in Iran, including P. avium L. (mazzard), P. mahaleb L., P. brachypetala Boiss., P. incana Pall., P. yazdiana Mozaff., P. microcarpa Boiss. subsp… 

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