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Genetic diversity of cruciferous crops

Genetic diversity of cruciferous crops

Report of a working group on Brassica first meeting held at the Research Institute of Vegetable Growing and Breeding, Olomouc, and the Research Institute of Plant Production, Ruzyne, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 21-23 May 1991: 44-47

Eight isoenzyme loci were studied in 12 populations of cauliflower, 10 of cabbage and 25 of kale, all from the French germplasm collection. High levels of diversity were found, comparable to those found in maize, but the genetic distances between the 3 groups were not great.

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