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Genetic comparison between Pinus sylvestris and P. mugo using isoenzymes and chloroplast DNA



Genetic comparison between Pinus sylvestris and P. mugo using isoenzymes and chloroplast DNA



Nordic Journal of Botany 12(4): 381-386



Populations of P. sylvestris and P. mugo from Poland and Czechoslovakia and 4 suspected hybrids were compared for genetic variation at 10 isoenzyme loci, ctDNA RFLPs and outcrossing rate. Frequencies of the most common alleles differed between P. sylvestris and P. mugo only at 3 isoenzyme loci. Diagnostic ctDNA fragments were found using restriction enzyme Bel-I.

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