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 AJPS  Vol.5 No.18 , August 2014
Genetic Diversity of Five Different Lily (Lilium L.) Species in Lithuania Revealed by ISSR Markers
Abstract: To study the genetic diversity and structure of lily (Lilium L.), we collected 35 samples from Vytautas Magnus University Kaunas Botanical Garden, and analyzed their mutual Simple Sequence Repeat (ISSR) molecular markers. For genetic analysis of lily we chose the lily 6 markers. ISSR data revealed a relatively high level of genetic diversity at the different levels of the group, with 95% of polymorphic loci, effective number of alleles of 1.21, the average expected heterozygosis of 0.15 and Shannon’s information index of 0.26. ANOVA analysis and UPGMA-dendrogram suggested a hierarchical structure between species.
Cite this paper: Žukauskienė, J. , Paulauskas, A. , Varkulevičienė, J. , Maršelienė, R. and Gliaudelytė, V. (2014) Genetic Diversity of Five Different Lily (Lilium L.) Species in Lithuania Revealed by ISSR Markers. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 5, 2741-2747. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2014.518290.
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