The genetic diversity of 110 durum wheat genotypes of Azerbaijan was evaluated by ISSR markers. A total of 107 fragments were determined, ranging from 9 to 18 per locus. ISSR primers have revealed a high level of polymorphism (average 82%) among different durum wheat varieties and botanical varieties. The ISSR markers used in the study were quite informative and made it possible to distinguish all durum wheat accessions from each other. Cluster analysis based on ISSR data classified the accessions into 11 major groups. No linkage was observed between the collection site and genetic structure of the samples. On the other hand, a few accessions were detected as unique genotypes and tended to form separate clusters. The estimated gene diversity value was high, both within the whole collection and within the different groups of botanical varieties.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 15, 2015
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