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Methods Plant material. Ten wild populations of SM, one of SGA, and two of SGG were used in genetic analysis ( Table 2 ; Fig. 1 ). Before collection of plant material, the area was surveyed to define the population area. Plants were collected evenly

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Academy of Agricultural Sciences Tbilisi, Georgia Liedl, B. Anderson, N.O. 1993 Reproductive barriers: Identification, uses and circumvention Plant Breed. Rev. 11 11 154 Lunde, C.F. Mehlenbacher, S.A. Smith, D.C. 2000 Survey of hazelnut cultivars for

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is economically the most important worldwide, market surveys indicate that West Indian C. chinense cultivars such as Scotch Bonnet and West Indies Red sell for a premium price in European and North American markets ( Cooper et al., 1993 ). The

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greatly beneficial in a developing breeding program. Measuring genome size in plants can be accomplished quickly and effectively using flow cytometry, as demonstrated by a number of genome size surveys of angiosperms ( Jones et al., 2007 ; Lattier et al

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formally designed experiment, a survey, or an observational study, is the most important use of statistics in research. Think about your objectives before you visit with your collaborating statistician. Your results will only be as good as the design and

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.F. 2005 Novel patterns of gene expression in polyploid plants Trends Genet. 21 539 543 Chatterjee, A. Ghosh, S. Roy, S.C. 1989 A cytological survey of eastern Himalayan plants III Cell Chromosome Res. 12 22 29 Cave, M.S. 1959 Index to plant chromosome

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‘Todd Gresham’ (Bartlett 2002-641). Each of these hybrids has a parental combination that theoretically could yield 7 x offspring. No triploid hybrids were found to be parents of any hybrid surveyed in this study indicating triploids may typically not

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, K. 2011 DNA markers identify hybrids between butternut ( Juglans cinerea L.) and japanese walnut ( Juglans ailantifolia Carr.) Tree Genet. Genomes 7 511 533 Supplemental Table 1. Juglans populations surveyed, and their geographical parameters.

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reports. We expect the broader the survey among species from various sources, the more examples of ploidy series will be found. Nevertheless, we have demonstrated the utility of apomictic polyploids for breeding when used as pollen parents. Taxonomy of

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surveyed area, were collected. Additional 21 accessions were included as references ( Table 2 ). These references represent the main horticultural groups of the species: Inodorus, Cantalupensis, Reticulatus, Ameri, Flexuosus, Dudaim, Momordica, Makuwa

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