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Levels of genetic variation and genetic structure of 15 wild populations and three domesticated populations of Capsicum annuum were studied by RAPD markers. A total of 166 bands (all of them polymorphic) and 126 bands (125 of them polymorphic) were amplified in wild and domesticated populations, respectively. Mean percentage of polymorphism was 34.2% in wild populations and 34.7% in domesticated populations. Mean and total genetic diversity were 0.069 and 0.165 for wild populations and 0.081 and 0.131 for domesticated populations. Parameters of genetic diversity estimated from 54 bands with frequencies.
Category: Genetic diversity
Authors: Oyama, K., et al.
Journal/Series: Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution
Publication Year: 2006

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