Arachis repens

Genetic diversity of the forage peanut in the Jequitinhonha, São Francisco, and Paranã River valleys of Brazil

H. S. F. S. Azêvedo, Sousa, A. C. B., Martins, K., Oliveira, J. C., Yomura, R. B. T., Silva, L. M., Valls, J. F. M., Assis, G. M. L., Campos, T., Azêvedo, H. S. F. S., Sousa, A. C. B., Martins, K., Oliveira, J. C., Yomura, R. B. T., Silva, L. M., Valls, J. F. M., Assis, G. M. L., and Campos, T., Genetic diversity of the forage peanut in the Jequitinhonha, São Francisco, and Paranã River valleys of Brazil, vol. 15, p. -, 2016.

Arachis pintoi and A. repens are legumes with a high forage value that are used to feed ruminants in consortium systems. Not only do they increase the persistence and quality of pastures, they are also used for ornamental and green cover. The objective of this study was to analyze microsatellite markers in order to access the genetic diversity of 65 forage peanut germplasm accessions in the section Caulorrhizae of the genus Arachis in the Jequitinhonha, São Francisco and Paranã River valleys of Brazil. Fifty-seven accessions of A.

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