DNA Polymorphism and Genetic Diversity in Raphanus Accessions View Full Text


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DATE

2017-10-05

AUTHORS

Li Zhang , Qingbiao Wang

ABSTRACT

Radish is an important vegetable crop that is widely distributed throughout the world. Because of the long cultivation history, radish is morphologically diverse and a large number of cultivars with widely varying morphology, especially in root shapes, sizes, skin, and flesh colors, are produced. According to the morphology of its edible root and its intended uses, cultivated radishes are classified into five main varieties. Radish has a wide range of genetic diversity which provides a tremendous scope for genetic improvement of economic traits. Studies on DNA polymorphisms and genetic diversity of radish help us to determine the genetic relationship between radish cultivars and to understand the origin and evolution of this species. In the past two decades, various molecular tools provide easy, less laborious means for identifying the DNA polymorphisms and genetic diversity of radish. Here, we review recent research on the DNA polymorphisms, including cytoplasmic and nuclear genomes, summarize the genetic relationship between wild and cultivated radishes, and discuss the origin and evolution of Raphanus according to their genetic diversity. More... »

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71-91

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