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Anakkaorn Wannajindaporn, Chitpan Kativat, and Piyada Alisha Tantasawat

genetically differentiated by ISSR 817; however, it was morphologically identical to other controls ( Fig. 2 ). This single band change may be a result of genetic variation arising from somaclonal variation during in vitro culture. Types of tissues and

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Esther Giraldo, Margarita Lopez-Corrales, and Jose Ignacio Hormaza

. Studies based on the genetic diversity of wild fig tree populations in those islands show the low diversity and the strong differentiation of wild fig tree populations. This differentiation could be due to a possible establishment of Balearic fig

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Wanmei Jin, Qiang Zhang, Sunzhong Liu, Qinping Wei, Wanmei Jin, Zongming Cheng, Xiaohui Xue, and Tingzhen Yang

; Richards et al., 2009 ). Zhang et al. (2007) had characterized 109 M. sieversii accessions from four geographical populations located in Xinjiang province, China, by SSR markers and found that the genetic structure and diversity of populations in these

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Lydia E. Wahba, Nor Hazlina, A. Fadelah, and Wickneswari Ratnam

( Chen and Tsi, 2000 ) and the most popular genus in horticultural industries. The genetic diversity of the Dendrobium genus is not well known ( Wang et al., 2009 ). Orchid classification has been poorly understood because of the lack of fossil records

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Xinwang Wang, Phillip A. Wadl, Cecil Pounders, Robert N. Trigiano, Raul I. Cabrera, Brian E. Scheffler, Margaret Pooler, and Timothy A. Rinehart

cytogenetic differentiation may interfere with some combinations ( Pounders et al., 2007a ). Chromosome number for L. speciosa is reported as 2n = 50 by Bowden (1945) and 2n = 48 by Guha (1972) . The first genetic diversity studies on Lagerstroemia were

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Gayle M. Volk, Adam D. Henk, Christopher M. Richards, Philip L. Forsline, and C. Thomas Chao

evidence suggests that they can be genetically distinguished based on microsatellite markers ( Gross et al., 2012 ). In fact, putative hybrids between M. sieversii and M . × domestica can also be identified, thus further supporting the differentiation

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Kirk W. Pomper, Jeremiah D. Lowe, Li Lu, Sheri B. Crabtree, Shandeep Dutta, Kyle Schneider, and James Tidwell

low in pawpaw patches, within-population genetic variation could be low. However, Pomper et al. (2009b) examined clonality of six pawpaw patches in Kentucky using inter simple sequence repeat (ISSR) DNA markers and found that at least 50% of the

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Nian Wang, Zhang Chang Qin, Jun-bo Yang, and Jing-li Zhang

cultivars. However, until now, little research has been conducted on this species. Therefore, it is urgent to investigate the genetic structure and gene flow of R. delavayi . We sampled 34 R. delavayi individuals among five populations (two populations

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Xiu Cai Fan, Hai Sheng Sun, Ying Zhang, Jian Fu Jiang, Min Li, and Chong Huai Liu

results of the Huangshan region accessions ( Zhang et al., 2012 ). This indicated a lower level of genetic differentiation among V. davidii accessions. Table 2. Number of alleles ( Na ), effective number of alleles ( Ne ), observed ( Ho ) and expected

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Hai-fei Yan, Xue-jun Ge, Chi-ming Hu, and Gang Hao

of polymorphic microsatellite loci from the genome of P. obconica to investigate the population genetic diversity and genetic structure, which is very important for studying its adaptation and evaluating its genetic resources. Total genomic DNA