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. C., Meng, H., Guo, W., Tao, N., Deng, X. (2005) A set of primers for analyzing chloroplast DNA diversity in Citrus and related genera. Tree Physiol. 25 , 661–672. Deng X. A set

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Taberlet, P., Gielly, L., Pautou, G. & Bouvet, J. (1991): Universal primers for amplification of three non-coding regions of chloroplast DNA. Plant molecular Biol. , 17 , 1105–1109. Bouvet J

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., Hufnagel, L., Quintela-Sabaris, C., Sebastiani, F., Vendramin, G. G. (2009) Variation in the chloroplast DNA of Swiss stone pine ( Pinus cembra L.) reflects contrasting post-glacial history of populations from the Carpathians and the Alps. Journal of

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311 323 Ogihara, V., Tsunewaki, K. 1988. Diversity and evolution of chloroplast DNA in Triticum and Aegilops as revealed by restriction fragment analysis. Theor. Appl. Genet

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: M. Sheidai, S. Darini, S. M. Talebi, F. Koohdar, and S. Ghasemzadeh-Baraki

): Phylogenetic network of Linum species as revealed by non-coding chloroplast DNA sequences . – Genet. Resour. Crop Evol. 57 : 667 – 677 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s10722-009-9502-7 Habibollahi

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The taxonomy of the genus Bulbocodium , in which two European species, a smaller eastern (B. versicolor) and a more robust western (B. vernum) are included, has been controversial since the description of the eastern species in 1821. Nuclear encoded ribosomal DNA ITS1 and the entire chloroplast DNA ITS were sequenced from several European populations, from France to the Ukraine, and the leaf width of mature living individuals was measured and analysed by ANOVA and Tukey-test. Although the studied DNA regions proved to be invariable, leaf width shows extreme variability. We found no correlation between the leaf size of the individuals and the geographical position of the populations, and in addition, the sequenced DNA regions showed total uniformity. Thus, our results do not support the division of the genus Bulbocodium into two taxa, at least in the sampled area. The formerly described size variants can be treated taxonomically at the forma level.

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Abe, T., Li, N., Togashi, A., Sasahara, T. 2002. Large deletions in chloroplast DNA of rice calli after long-term culture. J. Plant Physiol. 159 : 917–923. Sasahara

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Dobes, C. and Paule, J. (2010): A comprehensive chloroplast DNA-based phylogeny of the genus Potentilla (Rosaceae): implications for its geographic origin phylogeography and generic circumscription. — Mol. Phyl

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Downie, S. R., Palmer, J. D. (1991) Use of chloroplast DNA rearrangements in reconstructing plant phylogeny. In: Soltis, P. S., Soltis, D. E., Doyle, J. J. (eds) Molecular Systematics of Plants . Chapman and Hall, New York, pp. 14

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. Grasses: A Guide to the Structure, Identification, Uses and Distribution in the British Isles 428 Lehvaslaiho, H., Saura, A., Lokki, J. (1987) Chloroplast DNA

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