Molecular characterization of accessions of Cratylia argentea (Camaratuba) using ISSR markers
“Molecular characterization of accessions of Cratylia argentea (Camaratuba) using ISSR markers”, vol. 14, pp. 15242-15248, 2015.,
Cratylia argentea (Desv.) Kuntze (Fabaceae) is a drought-tolerant, perennial legume found primarily in Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. The shrub is well adapted to acid soils and exhibits high productivity and nutritional value, characteristics that would favor its use as a dry season animal forage supplement in semiarid regions. In plant improvement programs, the production of elite hybrids with superior traits is generally achieved by crossing parents that exhibit the highest level of genetic divergence.