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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Genetic Dissimilarity In Varieties Of Artemisia Annua L. Based On Agronomic, Physiological And Phytochemical Characters [dissimilaridade Genética Em Variedades De Artemisia Annua L. Embasada Em Caracteres Agronômicos, Fisiológicos E Fitoquímicos]
Author: Bolina C.O.
Marchese J.A.
Paladini M.V.
Pinnow C.
Benin G.
Sousa I.M.O.
Foglio M.A.
Abstract: This study aimed to estimate the genetic variability among agronomic, physiological, and phytochemical characters in varieties of A. annua. The experimental design was completely randomized and the treatments were the varieties Artemis, 2/39×5×3M and 2/39×1V of A. annua, subject to agronomic, physiological and phytochemical evaluations. To estimate the genetic distances, dissimilarity matrices were generated using the Euclidean distance and the Tocher and UPGMA grouping methods. Moreover, we evaluated the relative importance of the characters for genetic divergence through the method of Singh. The analyses were performed in the Genes software and the dendrograms were obtained from the NTSYS program. The presence of genetic variability within the varieties allowed the identification of dissimilar accessions with high average for all traits. The number of branches, intracellular concentration of CO2 and oil yield were the traits that contributed most to the genetic dissimilarity of A. annua. The accessions B24, C5 and C32 were the most promising within the populations and must be conserved for future crossings, and the most promising crosses to obtain the desired segregant populations were B24 × C5, B24 × C32 and C5 × C32.
Editor: Instituto de Biociencias
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1983-084X/12_039
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Date Issue: 2014
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