Biodiversity Science ›› 2000, Vol. 08 ›› Issue (3): 257-261.doi: 10.17520/biods.2000036
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ZHANG Xi-Yuan1), SUN Chong1), YAN Ting-Ting1), WU Hai1), ZHENG Yi1), LI Xiao-Ying1), MIAO Wei2), YU Yu-He2), SHEN Yun-Fen2)
Three regional populations (Hankou :CP-1 ,Hanyang :CP-2 ,Wuchang :CP-3) of Cachesium polypinum in Wuhan were analysed using randomly amplified polymorphic DNA ( RAPD) technique. Based on
RAPD data , the pairwise genetic similarity of the three populations were 0.6921 on average , ranging from 0.6522 to 0.7385. The genetic similarity (S) between CP-2 and CP-3 was the greatest ,and S between CP-1 and
CP-3 was the least . The relationship between variations and environment , and the significance of RAPD analysis of genetic diversity of Cachesium polypinum were discussed.
ZHANG Xi-Yuan, SUN Chong, YAN Ting-Ting, WU Hai, ZHENG Yi, LI Xiao-Ying, MIAO Wei, YU Yu-He, SHEN Yun-Fen, . RAPD analysis of genetic diversity of Cachesium polypinum. (2000) Biodiv Sci, 08(3), 257-261.
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