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- Palma-Rojas, Claudio; Gonzalez, Carla; Carrasco, Basilio; Silva, Herman; Silva-Robledo, Herman
- Biochemical systematics and ecology 2017 v.73 pp. 16-21
- provenance, etc ; DNA; Salvia hispanica; conservation programs; genetic background; genetic drift; genetic variation; genome; germplasm conservation; humans; indigenous species; karyotyping; loci; microsatellite repeats; plants (botany); selfing; Argentina; Bolivia; Guatemala; Mexico; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) is a native plant to southern Mexico and northern Guatemala although in these days also is cultivated in others South American countries such as Bolivia and Argentina. This study describes a genetic, cytological and molecular characterization of nine provenances of Salvia hispanica. The genome size was estimated to be C = 0.84 pg of DNA. Also a quantitative description o ...
- Listl, Daniela; Poschlod, Peter; Reisch, Christoph
- Biochemical systematics and ecology 2017 v.71 pp. 32-41
- provenance, etc ; Anemone hepatica; Fagus; amplified fragment length polymorphism; calcareous soils; forestry; forests; genetic variation; geographical distribution; guidelines; habitats; herbs; leaves; liver; seed collecting; seed crop production; seed dispersal; understory; Alps region; Germany; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... The liver leaf, Hepatica nobilis (Ranunculaceae), is a perennial forest understory herb with specific habitat requirements, which occurs on calcareous soils in beech and oak forests. In Bavaria it can be found, therefore, only in four geographic regions, which are Franconia, the Franconian-Swabian Jura, the prealpine transitions region and the prealpine moraine belt with the Alps. In German forest ...