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Studies on the genetic diversity of fagus crenata blume ii

Studies on the genetic diversity of fagus crenata blume ii

Bulletin of the Iwate University Forests (22): 21-28

The genetic diversity with in three natural populations of Fagus crenata tree at Mahirudake, Iwate Prefecture [Japan] was investigated using the leaf morphological character and four isozyme systems as the gene marker. On the basis of leaf morphological segregation, we found that the top and medial leaves in the shoots of the sunny crown had significance. Also, on the basis of isozyme segregation, we found that four enzyme systems, 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6 PGD), Leucine aminopeptidase (LAP), Diaphorase (DIA) and Phosphoglucose isomerase (PGI) were controlled by at least 10 alleles in 4 loci.

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