Two mitochondrial DNA fragments, nad4(3c-4r) and nad5(1-2r), were sequenced in 58 larch accessions from the range of Larix olgensis A. Henry. Combinations of the nad4 polymorphic sites formed four haplotypes, two of which (H3 and H4) were unique and two (H1, H2) were common. Haplotype H1 was found only in pure L. olgensis from the vicinity of Olga Bay and in a number of accessions from the southern part of the range. Haplotype H2 was detected in the other samples from the range of Olga Bay larch, as well as in hybrid forms. Similarly to the nad4(3c-4r) fragment, the mtDNA fragment UBC460 was able to differentiate larch populations from the range of L. olgensis examined.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 6, 2014
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