Title Molecular Characterization of Some Wild Sour Cherry (Prunus cerasus L.) Types by Using RAPD Technique
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Abstract In this research, it was identified with Wild Sour Cherry types which are used as rootstocks for sour cherry and sweet cherries by RAPD (Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA) molecular technique. Selected in different areas of the 38 wild cherry types were examined by using 16 primers of RAPD. The used primers ranged from four to seventeen bands. The data were analyzed to calculate genetic similarity values and was performed to generate a dendrogram. The types which were used in the study, two groups were determined to be synonyms. The lowest genetic similarity was evaluated between Simav-1 and 37 other types (%89). The highest genetic similarity was identified between Yenişarbademli-6 and Yenişarbademli-7, Sultandağı-7, Sultandağı-1 types (%99) of synonyms the group composed.
Keywords Prunus cerasus L., rootstock, RAPD, genetic similarity
Journal TABAD - Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Issue Issue 1
Page 078-081
Year 2012
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