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Usefulness of microsatellites for positioning the Tunisian almond germplasm in its Mediterranean geographic context

AuthorsGouta, Hassouna; Ksia, Elhem ; Mliki, Ahmed; Gogorcena Aoiz, Yolanda
Issue Date31-May-2013
CitationVI International Symposium on Almond and Pistachios (2013)
AbstractMicrosatellites or SSRs are currently being employed for molecular characterization, estimation of genetic diversity and genetic relationships among almond cultivars and related Prunus species. As little information is available about the genetic diversity and relatedness within Tunisian almond cultivars and their relationship with the others originated from other countries, the aims of this work are to identify by SSR analysis the cultivars preserved in the Tunisian National Collection and the landraces collected directly from different sites of the country (Sidi Bouzid and Bizerte), to determine their relatedness to European and American cultivars and to estimate the level of genetic diversity.
DescriptionPóster presentado en la VI International Symposium on Almond and Pistachios, celebrado en Murcia del 27 al 31 de mayo de 2013.
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