Phylogenetic relationships within indigenous Sudanese Cassia senna (L.) using RAPD molecular markers

@inproceedings{Hamza2009PhylogeneticRW,
  title={Phylogenetic relationships within indigenous Sudanese Cassia senna (L.) using RAPD molecular markers},
  author={Nada Babiker Hamza and Rami S. Habeballa and Isra E. Abdalla},
  year={2009}
}
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers were used to assess genetic diversity in Cassia senna (L.). RAPD technique was carried out in a set of 27 (C. senna (L.) genotypes collected from different regions of Sudan. A total of 27 polymorphisms (5.2 polymorphic markers per primer) out of 31 reproducible products (7.5 fragments per primer) were obtained from the 6 primers used. The number of bands per primer ranged from 4 to 7, whereas the number of polymorphic bands ranged from 3 to 6… CONTINUE READING

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