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Molecular and morphological characterization of local apple cultivars in Southern Spain

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Autor: Pérez Romero, Luis Felipe
Suárez García, María Paz
Dapena de la Fuente, Enrique
Rallo Morillo, Pilar
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Ciencias Agroforestales
Fecha: 2015
Publicado en: Genetics and Molecular Research, 2015 (14 (1)), 1487-1501.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: The number of local and traditional fruit cultivars in Andalusia (Southern Spain) has decreased dramatically since the 1970s when new commercial cultivars from breeding programs were introduced, replacing old varieties, and thus decreasing genetic diversity. The present study was included in a genetic resources project with the objective of identifying and preserving traditional fruit tree cultivars in Southern Spain. The goal of this study was to begin the characterization of 29 apple accessions (Malus x domestica Borkh) belonging to 13 traditional cultivar denominations. For molecular characterization studies, 12 simple sequence repeat markers previously developed for apple species were used. Morphological characterization was performed using 33 fruit traits. A total of 115 alleles were amplified for the 12 loci, ranging from 7 (CH01h01, CH01h10, and GD 12) to 13 alleles per locus (CH02c11). Forty-one alleles were unique to specific genotypes. The locus with the highest number of de...
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Cita: Pérez Romero, L.F., Suárez García, M.P., Dapena de la Fuente, E. y Rallo Morillo, P. (2015). Molecular and morphological characterization of local apple cultivars in Southern Spain. Genetics and Molecular Research, 2015 (14 (1)), 1487-1501.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/71501

DOI: 10.4238/2015.February.20.4

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