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Relations between native Israeli and Jordanian Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) based on allozyme analysis: a note



Relations between native Israeli and Jordanian Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.) based on allozyme analysis: a note



Forest Genetics 3(4): 197-202



Horizontal starch gel electrophoresis of enzymes extracted from the megagametophytes of germinated Aleppo pine seeds showed that alleles which are unique to the East Mediterranean group (the Israeli relict populations), i.e. Cat-2 allele two and Aap-1 allele two, appear also in the Jordanian populations. Mean expected heterozygosity of the Israeli and the Jordanian Aleppo pine groups was 0.143 and 0.140, respectively.

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