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Qijing Zhang and Dajun Gu

patterns that are unique to specific groups can be used for species identification or subgenus classification ( Zhang et al., 2008 ). To identify the more common alleles shared by different species, 24 SSR primer sets were selected from over 170 pairs of

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Dario J. Chavez, Thomas G. Beckman and José X. Chaparro

Prunus angustifolia , and with Prunus maritima and Prunus umbellata in another. Badenes and Parfitt (1995) reported similar results to Mowrey and Werner (1990) using cpDNA sequences. They recovered all conventional subgenus classifications based