New universal mitochondrial PCR markers reveal new information on maternal citrus phylogeny

@article{Froelicher2010NewUM,
  title={New universal mitochondrial PCR markers reveal new information on maternal citrus phylogeny},
  author={Yann Froelicher and Wafa Mouhaya and Jean Baptiste Bassene and Gilles Costantino and Mourad Kamiri and François Luro and Raphaël Morillon and Patrick Ollitrault},
  journal={Tree Genetics \& Genomes},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={49-61}
}
The aim of this work was to provide a set of mitochondrial markers to reveal polymorphism and to study the maternal phylogeny in citrus. [] Key Method We first used 44 universal markers previously described in the literature: nine of these markers produced amplification products but only one revealed polymorphism in citrus.

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