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Open Access Diversidad genética de accesiones de nacedero Trichanthera gigantea (Humb. & Bonpl.) Nees, mediante RAM's (Random Amplified Microsatellites) Genetic diversity of accessions of Trichanthera gigantea (Humb. & Bonpl.) Nees, using RAMs (Random Amplified Microsatellites)

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Con el objeto de estudiar la diversidad genética del árbol forrajero nacedero Trichanthera gigantea (Humb. Bonpl.) Nees, existente en la colección nacional de la Fundación Centro para la Investigación en Sistemas Sostenibles de Producción Agropecuaria (CIPAV) se utilizaron cinco cebadores RAMs en 38 accesiones procedentes de once departamentos de Colombia y dos estados de Venezuela. Se obtuvieron 71 bandas usadas para estimar los parámetros de diversidad genética. Se adaptó un protocolo de extracción de ADN para la especie y se estableció un banco de ADN de las accesiones en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Palmira, para la realización de trabajos futuros. Los resultados indicaron que la colección nacional de nacedero presenta heterogeneidad en sus accesiones, alta diversidad genética y no se encontró relación entre los grupos genéticos formados mediante el análisis molecular y las zonas geográficas de origen&60;br&62;To study the genetic diversity of the national collection of Trichanthera gigantea (Humb. & Bonpl.) Nees from the Foundation Center for Research in Sustainable Systems for Agricultural Production (CIPAV), five primers RAMs were used on 38 accessions from 11 departments of Colombia and two states of Venezuela. A pattern of 71 bands was obtained and used to estimate genetic diversity parameters. A specific protocol for DNA isolation was adapted and a DNA bank was established at the National University of Colombia, Palmira campus for further investigations. The results showed heterogeneity and high genetic diversity in these accessions. No relationship was found among molecular group analysis and the geographical origin zones.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2011

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