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- Maroua, Gharbi; Nadia, Zitouna; Imen, Fadhlaoui; Neila, Trifi-Farah; Sonia, Marghali
- Biochemical systematics and ecology 2014 v.57 pp. 439-444
- Lathyrus cicera, etc ; Lathyrus ochrus; Lathyrus sativus; Lathyrus sylvestris; Lathyrus tuberosus; chloroplast DNA; feeds; forage; genetic distance; genetic variation; humans; intergenic DNA; nucleotide sequences; phylogeny; taxonomy; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Lathyrus L. is an important genus contributing in human food, animal feed and fodder. The genetic variation is studied among and within six species sampled over a large geographical area: Lathyrus cicera, Lathyrus sativus, Lathyrus sylvestris, Lathyrus tuberosus, Lathyrus ochrus and Lathyrus aphaca. The phylogenetic relationship among these species was assessed using sequences of chloroplast DNA t ...
- Almeida, Nuno Felipe; Leitão, Susana Trindade; Caminero, Constantino; Torres, Ana Maria; Rubiales, Diego; Vaz Patto, Maria Carlota
- Molecular biology reports 2014 v.41 no.1 pp. 269-283
- Lathyrus cicera, etc ; Lathyrus sativus; Lupinus; Medicago truncatula; breeding; expressed sequence tags; faba beans; genes; genetic markers; genomics; inbred lines; lentils; microsatellite repeats; peas; protein content; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Lathyrus cicera L. (chickling pea) and L. sativus L. (grass pea) have great potential among grain legumes due to their adaptability to inauspicious environments, high protein content and resistance to serious diseases. Nevertheless, due to its past underused, further activities are required to exploit this potential and to capitalise on the advances in molecular biology that enable improved Lathyr ...