Analysis of phenetic relationship between Citrus indica Tanaka and a few commercially important citrus species by ISSR markers

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TitleAnalysis of phenetic relationship between Citrus indica Tanaka and a few commercially important citrus species by ISSR markers
AuthorsMarak CK, Laskar M
TypeJournal Article
Journal NameScientia horticulturae
Volume124
Issue3
Year2010
Page(s)345-348
CitationMarak CK, Laskar M. Analysis of phenetic relationship between Citrus indica Tanaka and a few commercially important citrus species by ISSR markers. Scientia horticulturae. 2010; 124(3):345-348.

Abstract

Analysis of polymorphism in ISSR amplicons revealed diverse genetic relationship between Citrus indica and five other citrus species. In a consensus UPGMA dendrogram, based on Nei and Li's distance matrices, the C. indica samples from three different sites of Meghalaya, India were clustered together with 99% bootstrap support. C. reticulata, C. sinensis, C. aurantifolia formed a cluster with 67% bootstrap separation. C. macroptera and C. maxima samples from two sites of Meghalaya formed separate clusters with respectively 100% and 98% bootstrap supports. Principal Components Analysis projected C. indica to be more closely related to C. aurantifolia than to the other citrus species of the study. PCA also exposed variations within the C. maxima and C. macroptera samples.
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URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scienta.2010.01.014
KeywordsCitrus, citrus fruits, fruit crops, wild relatives, wild plants, phylogeny, microsatellite repeats, genetic markers, genetic distance, principal component analysis, Citrus indica, molecular sequence data
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