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History of olive cultivars based on their genetic distances



History of olive cultivars based on their genetic distances



Journal of Horticultural Science 58(1): 121-127



A total of 25 Olea europaea cultivars were compared with respect to previously reported electrophoretically detectable differences in 15 enzyme systems. The genetic distances between all possible pairs of cultivars were calculated. On the basis of the "phylogenetic" tree constructed from these data, which to some extent groups the cultivars by fruit size, it appears that the first cultivars to diverge were the small-fruited Ionian varieties Lianolia and Thiaki.

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