Phenotypic variation

Phenotypic variation and diversity of Magnolia sprengeri Pamp. in native habitat

M. Yang, Shi, S. G., Liu, W., Zhang, M., Gou, L., Kang, Y. X., and Liu, J. J., Phenotypic variation and diversity of Magnolia sprengeri Pamp. in native habitat, vol. 14, pp. 6495-6508, 2015.

The population of Magnolia sprengeri individuals deceased drastically in the late 20th century because of the widespread harvest for traditional Chinese medicinal recipes. In this study, the levels of phenotypic variation and the genetic structure of 2 populations of M. sprengeri were estimated. The phenotypic variation of M. sprengeri characteristics was nonsynchronous, with a coefficient of variation for 37 characters from 9.55-35.87%. The variance stabilizing transformation value ranged from 0.034-52.344%.

Genetic diversity and structure of natural Dactylis glomerata L. populations revealed by morphological and microsatellite-based (SSR/ISSR) markers

P. Madesis, Abraham, E. M., Kalivas, A., Ganopoulos, Ι., and Tsaftaris, A., Genetic diversity and structure of natural Dactylis glomerata L. populations revealed by morphological and microsatellite-based (SSR/ISSR) markers, vol. 13, pp. 4226-4240, 2014.

Dactylis glomerata L. is an important forage species in the Mediterranean region, and in other regions with a similar climate. Genetic material from 3 locations in north, central, and south Greece was studied, using morphological traits, SSR, and ISSR molecular markers. Morphological analysis revealed differences among the geographic locations studied for all morphological traits, except the number of reproductive tillers. Moreover, the highest phenotypic variation was observed on the accessions from south, while the lowest was observed on the accessions from the north.

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