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Chloroplast SSR markers to assess DNA diversity in wild and cultivated grapevines


Chloroplast SSR markers to assess DNA diversity in wild and cultivated grapevines



Vitis 41(3): 157-158



ISSN/ISBN: 0042-7500

Genetic diversity was assessed in 12 cultivated and 12 wild Italian grapevines using chloroplast simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers. DNA amplification with eight primers used for chloroplast SSR analysis showed that two (ccmp3 and ccmp10) loci were polymorphic in 24 individuals. Two (106 and 107 bp) and three (114, 115 and 116 bp) different size variants were found at locus ccmp3 and ccmp10, respectively. Size variants of both combined loci defines a total of five different haplotypes.

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