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Analysis of diversity in wild and cultivated common beans from Argentina

AutorGalván, M. Z.; Menéndez-Sevillano, M.ª Carmen ; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de ; Santalla Ferradás, Marta ; Balatti, Pedro A.
Palabras clavePhaseolus vulgaris
Genetic variation
Genetic markers
Wild relatives
Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Technique
Nucleotide sequences
Molecular sequence data
Fecha de publicaciónmar-2005
EditorBean Improvement Cooperative
CitaciónBean Improvement Cooperative Annual Report 48:14-15 (2005)
ResumenNorthwestern Argentina is the southernmost limit of the Andean domestication area of common bean hosting, like other areas in South America, wild relatives of beans, which are the main source of variability of beans. In addition, different cultivars developed at CIAT that are adapted to the environmental conditions of the country have been introduced and incidentally turn out to be important commercial cultivars.
Argentina is a major producer and ranked third among countries exporting common beans. Therefore the genetic characterization of commercial cultivars and of wild relatives of common bean by molecular markers is particularly important to link markers to genetic traits of interest. Therefore the purpose of our work was to characterize and identify sources of bean diversity by means of molecular markers in commercial and wild cultivars.
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