To assess the haplotype diversity and genetic relationship between them, A set of 69 Iranian cultivated accessions, six European cultivars and an accession of Vitis labrasca along with 63 wild grapevine individuals were studied using chloroplast microsatellite markers. Results showed that among analyzed cpssr loci only ccmp 3 and ccmp10 were polymorphic within cultivars and only ccmp3 was polymorphic in wild grape individuals. The size variants of both loci combine in a total of 4 different haplotypes. All the 4 haplotype are displayed in the cultivars while only 2 are presented in wild grapes. Sultani or keshmeshi Bidane cultivar has the haplotype III that there is not this haplotype among the wild grapes of studied regions. Concerning to existence of both haplotypes I and II in the number of Iranian cultivated and wild grapes, it is possible to consider that the wild grapes are ancestor of some of our native cultivars.
|Titolo:||Chloroplast Microsatellites Markers to Assess Genetic Diversity in Wild and Cultivated Grapevines of Iran|
DE MATTIA, FABRIZIO (Penultimo)
|Parole Chiave:||Chloroplast; Haplotype; Microsatellite; Vitis vinifera; Wild grape|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su periodico|