By Peter M. Hollingsworth, Richard M. Bateman, Richard J. Gornall
content material: utilizing organelle markers to clarify the background, ecology and evolution of plant populations / R.A. Ennos, and ... [et al.] --
Isolation inside of species and the historical past of glacial refugia / C. Ferris, R.A. King and G.M. Hewitt --
using uniparentally inherited basic series repeat markers in plant inhabitants stories and systematics / J. Provan ... [et al.] --
using RAPD info within the research of inhabitants genetic constitution : case reviews of Alkanna (Boraginaceae) and Plantago (Plantaginaceae) / ok. Wolff and M. Morgan-Richards --
Metapopulation dynamics and mating-system evolution in vegetation / S.C.H. Barrett and J.R. Pannell --
settling on a number of origins in polyploid homosporous pteridophytes / J.C. Vogel ... [et al.] --
inhabitants genetic constitution in agamospermous crops / R.J. Gornall --
Monophyly, populations and species / J.I. Davis --
Reticulate evolution within the Mediterranean species advanced on Senecio sect. Senecio : uniting phylogenetic and population-level techniques / H.P. Comes and R.J. Abbott --
the worth of genomic in situ hybridization (GISH) in plant taxonomic and evolutionary reviews / C.A. Stace and J.P. Bailey --
RAPDs in systematics - an invaluable technique? / S.A. Harris --
Nuclear protein-coding genes in phylogeny reconstruction and homology evaluate : a few examples from Leguminosae / J.J. Doyle and J.L. Doyle --
Spectral research - a quick creation / M.A. Charleston and R.D.M. web page --
Ribosomal DNA sequences and angiosperm systematics / M.A. Hershkovitz, E.A. Zimmer and W.J. Hahn --
Proteins encoded in sequenced chloroplast genomes : an summary of gene content material, phylogenetic info and endosymbiotic move to the nucleus / B. Stoebe ... [et al.] --
Phylogenetics and diversification in Pelargonium / F.T. Bakker, A. Culham and M. Gibby --
Integrating molecular phylogenies and developmental genetics : a Gesneriaceae case learn / M. Moller ... [et al.] --
Inferior ovaries and angiosperm diversification / M.H.G. Gustafsson and V.A. Albert --
Integrating molecular and morphological facts of evolutionary radiations / R.M. Bateman.
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Palmer et al. (1988) stressed the need to develop technical strategies which render the analysis of cpDNA variation more useful a t lower taxonomic levels. , 1996), also known as microsatellites, are a powerful new class of genetic marker that are being used extensively in animal and plant genetic analysis. The advantages of SSRs arise from their relative abundance in eukaryotic genomes, high levels of allelic diversity, co-dominance and ease of analysis using PCR. Until recently, the exploitation of PCR-based SSR length assays has been restricted to the nuclear genome.
In Scots pine, the chloroplast genome is paternally transmitted and thus provides a pollen-specific marker. ) species. Our results show that cpSSR polymorphism provides an important tool for studies in plant population genetics and systematics. , 1987, 1989; Harrison, 1989). The uniparental inheritance of the mitochondrial genome, coupled with its rapid rate of sequence substitution and absence of recombination, has enabled high resolution analysis of maternal lineages. , 1992). Chloroplast DNA, on the other hand, has become a popular molecular marker for botanical phylogeneticists, and both sequencing and restriction fragment approaches have been pursued (Olmstead and Palmer, 1994).