Predicting quantitative phytochemical markers in single Echinacea plants or clones from their DNA fingerprints.

@article{Baum2001PredictingQP,
  title={Predicting quantitative phytochemical markers in single Echinacea plants or clones from their DNA fingerprints.},
  author={Bernard R. Baum and Subbaiah M. Mechanda and John F Livesey and S. E. Binns and John T Arnason},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2001},
  volume={56 6},
  pages={543-9}
}
Amplified restricted fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) data analysis was found to be a statistically significant predictor of phytochemical markers in cultivated Echinacea purpurea germplasm and some related wild species. Over 50 accessions grown under greenhouse conditions were subjected to AFLP analysis and the same assessed for content of tetraene and cichoric acid by high pressure liquid chromatography. The first and second canonical correlation of DNA variables and the phytochemical… CONTINUE READING

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