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Kutsev, M. G.; Sinitsyna, T. A.; Kondo, K. (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: English
Types: Article
Genetic differences between Sanguisorba officinalis L., S. alpina Bunge and S. azovtsevii Krasnob. et Pschen. were studied. Randomly amplified DNA fingerprints (RAF) technique demonstrated a high degree of genetic identity between S. alpina and S. azovtsevii. Placement of S. officinalis and S. azovtsevii into the same species is shown to be unjustified. Allopolyploid origin of S. azovtsevii on the basis of S. alpina genome with a small contribution of S. officinalis is confirmed.
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