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Identification of lemon genotypes by RAPD markers

, : Identification of lemon genotypes by RAPD markers. Tecnologie avanzate per l' identificazione varietale e il controllo genetico sanitario nel vivaismo fruttiviticolo, Agro Bio Frut, Cesena, Italia, 6 maggio 1994: 103-113

RAPD analysis was performed on 16 varieties using 36 arbitrary decamer primers, 14 of which gave monomorphic profiles and 22 of which produced 43 polymorphic fragments in a total of 294 loci. All the tested genotypes were identified. Of the 43 RAPD markers, 28 were unique to a single genotype (20 specific to Interdonato, 4 to Ruvittaro, 3 to Monachello and 1 to Femminello Continella).

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