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A contribution to the classification of evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area (Italy) by means of AFLP markers. / Scariot, V.; Handa, T.; De Riek, J.

In: Euphytica, Vol. 158, Nr. 1-2, 2007, blz. 47-66.

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title = "A contribution to the classification of evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area (Italy) by means of AFLP markers",
abstract = "The amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) technique was employed to assess the genetic conformity within a gene pool of evergreen azaleas. Ninety-three genotypes grown in historical gardens and nurseries of the Lake Maggiore area (Northern Italy), locally classified in the groups Indica, Japonica and Amoena, 44 reference cultivars of the four more or less universally recognized groups Belgian, Hirado, Kurume and Satsuki, and 40 species and species accessions that most concurred in the origin of the reference groups were included. Aims of the study were to define the genetic profiles of the Italian accessions and to provide useful information for their classification and pedigree reconstruction. Ordination analyses were used to evaluate if the AFLP technique can be applied to establish phylogenetic relationships and to investigate the DNA-based relatedness within the Italian gene pool and between the latter and the reference one. The results regarding the Italian accessions were compared with morphological data by means of Mantel's test. Assignment tests both on the level of the groups and on individual plant level for the reference and Italian genotypes were applied to further evaluate the relatedness of the groups or individual accessions. Results demonstrated that the AFLP technique together with morphological characterization can contribute to depict the phylogeny of the evergreen azalea. Comparing the reference and Italian genotypes, conclusions about the classification of the evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area were drawn",
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author = "V. Scariot and T. Handa and {De Riek}, J.",
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T1 - A contribution to the classification of evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area (Italy) by means of AFLP markers

AU - Scariot, V.

AU - Handa, T.

AU - De Riek, J.

N1 - J English Article Scariot, V (reprint author), Univ Turin, Dept Agron, Forest & Land Management, Via Leonardo Vinci 44,Grugliasco, I-10095 Turin, Italy valentina.scariot@unito.it 33 4 SPRINGER DORDRECHT VAN GODEWIJCKSTRAAT 30, 3311 GZ DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS EUPHYTICA NOV Discipline: Agriculture; Plant Sciences 219CI

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N2 - The amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) technique was employed to assess the genetic conformity within a gene pool of evergreen azaleas. Ninety-three genotypes grown in historical gardens and nurseries of the Lake Maggiore area (Northern Italy), locally classified in the groups Indica, Japonica and Amoena, 44 reference cultivars of the four more or less universally recognized groups Belgian, Hirado, Kurume and Satsuki, and 40 species and species accessions that most concurred in the origin of the reference groups were included. Aims of the study were to define the genetic profiles of the Italian accessions and to provide useful information for their classification and pedigree reconstruction. Ordination analyses were used to evaluate if the AFLP technique can be applied to establish phylogenetic relationships and to investigate the DNA-based relatedness within the Italian gene pool and between the latter and the reference one. The results regarding the Italian accessions were compared with morphological data by means of Mantel's test. Assignment tests both on the level of the groups and on individual plant level for the reference and Italian genotypes were applied to further evaluate the relatedness of the groups or individual accessions. Results demonstrated that the AFLP technique together with morphological characterization can contribute to depict the phylogeny of the evergreen azalea. Comparing the reference and Italian genotypes, conclusions about the classification of the evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area were drawn

AB - The amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) technique was employed to assess the genetic conformity within a gene pool of evergreen azaleas. Ninety-three genotypes grown in historical gardens and nurseries of the Lake Maggiore area (Northern Italy), locally classified in the groups Indica, Japonica and Amoena, 44 reference cultivars of the four more or less universally recognized groups Belgian, Hirado, Kurume and Satsuki, and 40 species and species accessions that most concurred in the origin of the reference groups were included. Aims of the study were to define the genetic profiles of the Italian accessions and to provide useful information for their classification and pedigree reconstruction. Ordination analyses were used to evaluate if the AFLP technique can be applied to establish phylogenetic relationships and to investigate the DNA-based relatedness within the Italian gene pool and between the latter and the reference one. The results regarding the Italian accessions were compared with morphological data by means of Mantel's test. Assignment tests both on the level of the groups and on individual plant level for the reference and Italian genotypes were applied to further evaluate the relatedness of the groups or individual accessions. Results demonstrated that the AFLP technique together with morphological characterization can contribute to depict the phylogeny of the evergreen azalea. Comparing the reference and Italian genotypes, conclusions about the classification of the evergreen azalea cultivars located in the Lake Maggiore area were drawn

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KW - FRAGMENT LENGTH POLYMORPHISM

KW - FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM

KW - GENE

KW - GENOTYPES

KW - Information

KW - INHERITANCE

KW - LENGTH

KW - Length polymorphism

KW - LEVEL

KW - MANAGEMENT

KW - MARKERS

KW - MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION

KW - morphological characters

KW - MORPHOLOGICAL DATA

KW - NETHERLANDS

KW - nurseries

KW - NURSERY

KW - PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS

KW - phylogeny

KW - PLANT

KW - POLYMORPHISM

KW - PROFILE

KW - RECONSTRUCTION

KW - REGRESSION

KW - Rhododendron spp

KW - RHODODENDRON-SIMSII-PLANCH

KW - SCIENCE

KW - TESTS

KW - Tsutsusi

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DO - 10.1007/s10681-007-9425-3

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SP - 47

EP - 66

JO - Euphytica

JF - Euphytica

SN - 0014-2336

IS - 1-2

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