Random amplification of polymorphic DNA

Biogeographic pattern of genetic diversity detected by RAPD and ISSR analysis in Gypsophila (Caryophyllaceae) species from Turkey

M. Korkmaz and Dogan, N. Y., Biogeographic pattern of genetic diversity detected by RAPD and ISSR analysis in Gypsophila (Caryophyllaceae) species from Turkey, vol. 14, pp. 8829-8838, 2015.

Gypsophila L. is the 3rd-largest genus of Caryophyllaceae in Turkey, a country that includes 60 taxa belonging to 56 species of the 126 recognized in the genus. A total of 35 taxa are endemic to Turkey, with an approximately 60% endemism ratio. In this study, the genetic diversity of 14 Gypsophila species from Turkey was analyzed using random amplification of polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers. Sixteen RAPD and 6 ISSR primers produced 132 polymorphic bands.

Genetic diversity of popcorn genotypes using molecular analysis

F. S. Resh, Scapim, C. A., Mangolin, C. A., Machado, M. F. P. S., Amaral, Jr., A. Tdo, Ramos, H. C. C., and Vivas, M., Genetic diversity of popcorn genotypes using molecular analysis, vol. 14, pp. 9829-9840, 2015.

In this study, we analyzed dominant molecular markers to estimate the genetic divergence of 26 popcorn genotypes and evaluate whether using various dissimilarity coefficients with these dominant markers influences the results of cluster analysis. Fifteen random amplification of polymorphic DNA primers produced 157 amplified fragments, of which 65 were monomorphic and 92 were polymorphic. To calculate the genetic distances among the 26 genotypes, the complements of the Jaccard, Dice, and Rogers and Tanimoto similarity coefficients were used.

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