AFLP markers support separation of Solanum nodiflorum from Solanum americanum sensu stricto (Solanaceae)
SourcePlant Systematics and Evolution, 267, 1-4, (2007), pp. 1-11
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Molecular Plant Physiology
Plant Cell Biology
Plant Systematics and Evolution
SubjectMolecular Plant Physiology
This study was aimed at examining the relationships between the African material of Solanum americanum (also designated as S. nodiflorum), accessions of this taxon from other geographical areas, and American S. americanum using AFLP markers. 96 individuals representing 39 accessions of S. americanum sensu lato and related diploid species from the widest possible geographical range, and one accession of S. dulcamara (as outgroup) were used. The AFLP results suggested that American S. americanum differs from S. nodiflorum and that the material investigated in this study can be assigned to three different species: S. americanum sensu stricto, S. nodiflorum and a Solanum species from Brazil. These species can be differentiated based on a combination of floral and fruit characteristics.
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