2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162003000100017
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Abstract: Molecular markers have been used as tools in breading programs of sexual hybridation, allowing the genetic characterization of a large number of genotypes. The RADP markers are the most used since the employed techniques are simple and of low cost. To evaluate the genetic divergence among F 1 hybrids of 'Cravo' mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco) and 'Pêra' sweet orange (C. sinensis (L.) Osbeck), this study analyses the variability and similarity of the hybrids among themselves and with their parents. Random A… Show more

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“…Primer OPF10 was shown to be effective in detecting polymorphic bands in all Annonaceae hybrid populations. According to Oliveira et al (2003), certain hybrids can be considerably different from the parents or very close to them, but hybrids tend to have intermediate characteristics, due to the type of gene inheritance involved.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Primer OPF10 was shown to be effective in detecting polymorphic bands in all Annonaceae hybrid populations. According to Oliveira et al (2003), certain hybrids can be considerably different from the parents or very close to them, but hybrids tend to have intermediate characteristics, due to the type of gene inheritance involved.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some studies indicated that the hybrid or nuclear nature of morphologically selected tangerine and 'Pêra' sweet orange plants can be confirmed by RAPD markers, selecting the primers OPG8, OPG13 and OPG19. The use of RAPD markers makes an early and efficient selection of tangerine and 'Pêra' sweet orange plants possible with a high probability of being hybrids, which can also be confirmed by morphological traits (Oliveira et al 2003).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An example of cross-breedings is the one between the Pera sweet orange, which is CVC susceptible and resistant to Alternaria brown spot with Murcott tangor or Cravo mandarin, both resistant to CVC, and Murcott tangor susceptible to Alternaria brown spot (Oliveira et al, 2002;Bastianel et al, 2004;Souza et al, 2006;Machado, Cristofany-Yaly, & Bastianel, 2011;Figueiredo et al, 2012;Pacheco et al, 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, the traditional method of hybrid identification based on morphological traits can be influenced by environmental factors and thus lacks the resolution to identify hybrids at an early stage. Advances in DNA fingerprinting techniques have provided diagnostic molecular markers for facilitating the identification of hybrids, including RAPD (Oliveira et al, 2003;Dhillon et al, 2009;Bharathi et al, 2011), ISSR (Bianco et al, 2011), AFLP (Divakaran et al, 2006), and SSR (Saxena et al, 2010;Fu et al, 2011). Recently, many studies have confirmed the high infor-mativeness and reproducibility of SRAP markers for identifying and authenticating hybrids in different crops (Liu et al, 2007;Hao et al, 2008;Mishra et al, 2011).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%