A systematic relationship of the Korean symplocaceae based on RAPD analysis = RAPD에 의한 한국산 노린재나무과 식물의 유연관계 분석

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A systematic relationship of the Korean symplocaceae based on RAPD analysis = RAPD에 의한 한국산 노린재나무과 식물의 유연관계 분석
Author(s)
Sang-Hong Park; Joongku Lee; J H Kim
Bibliographic Citation
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 225-237
Publication Year
2007
Abstract
In order to estimate the genetic relationships among four taxa of Korean Symplocaceae and their regional populations, RAPDs analysis was performed. The length of the amplified DNA fragments ranged from 150 to 1,900 bp. Ninety-two RAPD bands were scored for 11 primers and the genetic distance was calculated with by Nei-Li's genetic dissimilarity. Deciduous and evergreen groups were clearly separted in the UPGMA analysis. Symplocos coreana was clustered as a distinct group, and S. sawafutagi and S. tanakana were also clustered at specific level, respectively. The RAPD data was useful to recognize the genetic variation and to discuss the relationships among Korean Symplocaceae.
Keyword
RAPDrelationshipsymplocaceaeUPGMA
ISSN
I000-0141
Publisher
South Korea
Type
Article
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