Relationships in pineapple by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis

@inproceedings{Sripaoraya2001RelationshipsIP,
  title={Relationships in pineapple by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis},
  author={Suneerat Sripaoraya and N. W. Blackhall and R. Marchant and Vicente Wagner Dias Casali and Kenneth C. Lowe and Mike R. Davey},
  year={2001}
}
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis was applied to eight commercial cultivars of pineapple, two intergroup hybrids and two wild species. Morphologically, pineapple is divided into the Cayenne, Queen, Spanish, Maipure and Abacaxi groups. Members of the first three groups have been analysed in this study. The cultivars ‘Tradsithong’, ‘Phuket’, ‘Sawee’ and ‘Tainan’, with spiny leaves, form the Queen group. In ‘Pattavia’, ‘Nanglae’ and ‘Petburi no. 2’ (Cayenne group), spines are… CONTINUE READING

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