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Cytoplasmic diversity in sugar cane revealed by heterologous probes



Cytoplasmic diversity in sugar cane revealed by heterologous probes



Sugar Cane ( 1): 12-15



To assess the potential of restriction fragment length polymorphism in monitoring the diversity of the cytoplasmic genome in the Saccharum complex, total DNA extracted from 57 clones of cultivated (S. officinarum, S. barberi and S. sinense) and wild (S. spontaneum and S. robustum) species was hybridized with both chloroplast and mitochondrial heterologous probes.

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