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|Title: ||Assessment of genetic relatedness among mango cultivars of India using RAPD markers|
|Authors: ||Ravishankar, K V|
Dinesh, M R
|Keywords: ||Cluster analysis|
|Issue Date: ||1999|
|Publisher: ||Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology|
|Citation: ||Assessment of genetic relatedness among mango cultivars of India using RAPD markers. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology (13): 26-28.|
|Abstract: ||DNA based RAPD markers used to study genetic relationships showed that wide genetic diversity exists in the mango fruit in India. 18 commercial mango cultivars grown in western, northern, eastern and southern parts of India were assessed for genetic relatedness. Cluster analysis showed two groups-the first consisting of western, northern and eastern cultivars and the second group consists of southern cultivars. It appears that a majority of mango cultivars originated from a local mango gene pool and were domesticated later.|
|Appears in Collections:||Fruit Crops|
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