The origin of the genus Cannabis

@article{Osterberger2021TheOO,
  title={The origin of the genus Cannabis},
  author={Elisabeth Osterberger and Ulrike Lohwasser and Dijana Jovanovic and Joana Ruzicka and Johannes Novak},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2021}
}
Chloroplast markers (cp markers) are the useful instrument for cannabis (syn. hemp, Cannabis sativa L.) to study relationships of accessions between different geographic origins. In an alignment of three published plastomes 38 chloroplast polymorphisms were identified from which 8 cp markers were used to study relationships of 53 cannabis accessions by high-resolution-melting analyis (HRMA). The marker set could distinguish six haplotypes (‘A’ to ‘F’) in the cannabis collection, where… 

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