Figure 2.

Restriction profile of the amplified ITS regions from Musa accessions with distinct genomic composition. Amplification products of the ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region after digestion with RsaI. Accessions 1: ‘Butuhan’; 2: BB‘Panamá’; 3: ‘Figue Rose Naine’; 4: ‘Tugoomomboo’; 5: ‘Madu’; 6: ‘PachaNadan’; 7: ‘Njok Kon’; 8:‘Marmelo’; 9: ‘Lareina BT100’; 10: ‘PisangCeylan’; 11:‘PV42-114’; 12:‘PV03-76’; 13: ‘Diplóide Bélgica’; 14:Musa laterita; 15: ‘Musa Royal’ (M. ornata x M. velutina); 16:‘Prata Ponta Aparada’; 17:‘Chifre Vaca’; 18: ‘Pulut’; 19: ‘Pratão’; 20:‘Pacovan Ken’; 21:‘Garantida’; 22: ‘Kelat’; 23:‘Java IAC’; 24: ‘BRS Tropical’. Genomic composition determined by morphology is between parentheses. NI no information on genome composition; (Musa): accession from Rhodochlamys; M: 100 bp ladder marker. Arrows point to fragments of 530 bp specific for A genome (A1); 350 and 180 bp specific for the B genome (B1 and B2).

de Jesus et al. BMC Plant Biology 2013 13:41   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-13-41
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