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Title: Bi-parental cytoplasmic DNA inheritance in Wisteria (fabaceae): evidence from a natural experiment
Author: Trusty, Jennifer L.; Johnson, Kataren J.; Lockaby, Graeme B.; Goertzen, Leslie R.;
Source: Plant Cell Physiol, Vol. 48(4): 662-665
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Description: Cytoplasmic inheritance was investigated in interspecific hybrids of Wisteria sinensis and W. floribunda. Species-specific nuclear, mitochondrial and plastid DNA markers were identified from wild-collected plants of each species in its native range. These markers provide evidence for the bi-parental transmission of plastids in hybrid swarms of these two species in the southeastern USA. These population level molecular data corroborate previous cytological evidence of this phenomenon in Wisteria.
Keywords: Cytoplasmic inheritance, fabaceae, hybridization, mitochondria, Wisteria floribunda, Wisteria sinensis
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Trusty, Jennifer L.; Johnson, Kataren J.; Lockaby, Graeme B.; Goertzen, Leslie R. 2007. Bi-parental cytoplasmic DNA inheritance in Wisteria (fabaceae): evidence from a natural experiment. Plant Cell Physiol, Vol. 48(4): 662-665
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