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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Development and characterization of microsatellite markers from Guarea guidonia (Meliaceae), a tree species from different habitats within the Brazilian Atlantic forest
Author: LIMA, Paula Feliciano de
RAMOS, Flavio Nunes
ZUCCHI, Maria Imaculada
PRIOLLI, Regina Helena Geribello
COLOMBO, Carlos Augusto
SOLFERINI, Vera Nisaka
Abstract: The tree species Guarea guidonea (Meliaceae) belongs to a predominantly tropical family, being largely found in natural or anthropic forest fragments within the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Aiming to develop future studies on the genetic structure of plant species from forests fragments, eleven microsatellite markers were developed for Guarea guidonia, based on the analysis of 45 individuals from natural populations of three different fragments within the forest-anthropic edge, interior fragment and natural edge. Only eight loci showed to be polymorphic and the number of alleles ranged from two to four (mean of 2.50). All populations showed almost the same level of genetic diversity (mean H(e) = 0.3775). These loci will be useful for population genetics studies on Guarea guidonea, providing information for the conservation and management of this species.
Subject: Guarea guidonia
Genetic diversity
SSRs and Meliaceae
Country: Holanda
Editor: SPRINGER
Citation: CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES, v.1, n.1, p.171-173, 2009
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s12686-009-9041-8
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12686-009-9041-8
Date Issue: 2009
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