Proteomic assay was carried out to asses genetic diversity in relation to geographic pattern in 97 genotypes of Pisum sativum L., collected from all over Pakistan. In total 34 bands were observed and among these, 26.7% bands were monomorphic, while 73.5% bands showed polymorphism. Based on both Province Wise Analysis (PWA) and Agro-ecological Zones (AEZ) the genotypes collected from Punjab, North West Frontier Province (NWFP) exhibited 70.6%, and 64.7% variation respectively. The germplasm collected from Azad Kashmir showed the lowest level of genetic diversity. Cluster analysis exhibited, moderate level of association, between genetic diversity and geographic pattern of the genotypes.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 23, 2009
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