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Chloroplast DNA diversity in wild and cultivated barley: implications for genetic conservation


Chloroplast DNA diversity in wild and cultivated barley: implications for genetic conservation



Genetical Research 43(3): 339-343



DOI: 10.1017/s0016672300026112

Nine diverse lines of Hordeum vulgare and 11 lines of its wild progenitor H. spontaneum were assayed for variation in chloroplast (cp) DNA by digestion with 10 restriction endonucleases. In the cultivated material there was a single BamHI fragment difference separating primitive from the remaining cultivated barley, whereas the wild material exhibited 5 different patterns.

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