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Methods Plant materials. Leaf material was collected from 23 lychee cultivars ( Table 1 ), morphologically characterized, and documented at the national litchi germplasm repository, National Research Center for Litchi (NRCL), Indian Council of Agriculture

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for the genetic diversity and molecular marker–assisted breeding of P. vaginatum species. Materials and Methods Plant materials. The experimental materials were 62 P. vaginatum germplasm resources, including 58 P. vaginatum accessions collected

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phenotypic diversity of plant genetic resources, which complements molecular characterization in plant germplasm management. The objective of this study was to use DNA marker genotyping to identify most existing jujube cultivars in the United States, assess

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, lack of information on the distribution of genetic variability in natural populations and existing germplasm collections hinders efficient management of genetic resources. Thus, to preserve cherimoya genetic resources for future generations, a cherimoya

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Biodiversity is the material basis for human survival, sustainable development of agriculture and plant breeding, and the excellent germplasm resources provide a necessary foundation for breeding good varieties ( Yang et al., 2004 ). Throughout the

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, natural, and labor resources, and proximity to markets, Myanmar’s agricultural sector has immense potential to contribute to overall economic growth in the country, a potential that is yet to be fully reached ( Beed and Bahala, 2017 ; Raitzer et al., 2015

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Zhongguo Nong Ye Ke Xue 47 1379 1386 Wen, J.H. Shen, H.L. Zou, L.R. 2011 Analysis of genetic relationship among 20 Vitis germplasm resources by SSR markers Guoshu Xuebao 28 782 786 Wen, Y.Q. Zhong, G.Y. Gao, Y. Lan, Y.B. Duan, C.Q. Pan, Q.H. 2015 Using

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the advent of FAN (Nepal and Its Plants, 2010). The U.S. nursery and floriculture industries could benefit by securing widespread germplasm of Nepal’s ornamental species for enhanced cold-hardiness and other potential benefits in U.S. locations. Some

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obtained from the germplasm collection of the University of Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, Juana Diaz, PR. Six-month-old grafted trees were transplanted to the field on 2 May 2001. Trees of the 16 rootstock seedlings were arranged in a

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medicinal materials in Hunan, Hubei, Shaanxi, and Henan provinces. However, wild plants have so far been the main source of medicinal plant material. Since the 1950s, the collection, preservation, and use of fruit germplasm resources have been carried out

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