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Genetic diversity analysis of Moroccan lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) landraces using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms reveals functional adaptation towards agro-environmental origins

(2015) PLANT BREEDING. 134(3). p.322-332
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In the absence of previous molecular characterization, we assessed genetic diversity of 53 Moroccan lentil landraces including two local cultivars using simple sequence repeat (SSR) and amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLP). Nineteen SSRs yielded 213 alleles, and seven AFLP primer combinations gave 766 fragments of which 422 were polymorphic. Moderate to high genetic variation was observed. Several small groups of landraces were differentiated. Interestingly, one of the smallest groups contained short-cycle landraces with high early vegetative growth. Landraces in that group were from the dry land location of Abda, where they were likely selected for adaptation to drought and heat stress over centuries. Another group contained two landraces from highland areas that may have been selected for specific adaptation to cold stress. A third group contained one landrace from the Zear region known for its seed quality and has been proposed for the protected designation of origin (PDO) quality mark. Both techniques gave evidence of differentiation of the latter landrace supporting the idea of PDO attribution. Functional grouping according to agro-environmental origins, cycle duration and early vegetative vigour was observed.
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SSR, genetic diversity, AFLP, agro-environmental origins, functional adaptation, POPULATION-STRUCTURE, MOLECULAR MARKERS, AFLP, COLLECTION, TRAITS, MICROSATELLITE, DOMESTICATION, TEMPERATURE, RESOURCES, WILD

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Idrissi, Omar, Sripada M Udupa, Chafika Houasli, Ellen De Keyser, Patrick Van Damme, and Jan De Riek. 2015. “Genetic Diversity Analysis of Moroccan Lentil (Lens Culinaris Medik.) Landraces Using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms Reveals Functional Adaptation Towards Agro-environmental Origins.” Plant Breeding 134 (3): 322–332.
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Idrissi, O., Udupa, S. M., Houasli, C., De Keyser, E., Van Damme, P., & De Riek, J. (2015). Genetic diversity analysis of Moroccan lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) landraces using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms reveals functional adaptation towards agro-environmental origins. PLANT BREEDING, 134(3), 322–332.
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Idrissi O, Udupa SM, Houasli C, De Keyser E, Van Damme P, De Riek J. Genetic diversity analysis of Moroccan lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) landraces using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms reveals functional adaptation towards agro-environmental origins. PLANT BREEDING. 2015;134(3):322–32.
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Idrissi, Omar, Sripada M Udupa, Chafika Houasli, et al. “Genetic Diversity Analysis of Moroccan Lentil (Lens Culinaris Medik.) Landraces Using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms Reveals Functional Adaptation Towards Agro-environmental Origins.” PLANT BREEDING 134.3 (2015): 322–332. Print.
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  abstract     = {In the absence of previous molecular characterization, we assessed genetic diversity of 53 Moroccan lentil landraces including two local cultivars using simple sequence repeat (SSR) and amplified fragment length polymorphisms (AFLP). Nineteen SSRs yielded 213 alleles, and seven AFLP primer combinations gave 766 fragments of which 422 were polymorphic. Moderate to high genetic variation was observed. Several small groups of landraces were differentiated. Interestingly, one of the smallest groups contained short-cycle landraces with high early vegetative growth. Landraces in that group were from the dry land location of Abda, where they were likely selected for adaptation to drought and heat stress over centuries. Another group contained two landraces from highland areas that may have been selected for specific adaptation to cold stress. A third group contained one landrace from the Zear region known for its seed quality and has been proposed for the protected designation of origin (PDO) quality mark. Both techniques gave evidence of differentiation of the latter landrace supporting the idea of PDO attribution. Functional grouping according to agro-environmental origins, cycle duration and early vegetative vigour was observed.},
  author       = {Idrissi, Omar and Udupa, Sripada M and Houasli, Chafika and De Keyser, Ellen and Van Damme, Patrick and De Riek, Jan},
  issn         = {0179-9541},
  journal      = {PLANT BREEDING},
  keyword      = {SSR,genetic diversity,AFLP,agro-environmental origins,functional adaptation,POPULATION-STRUCTURE,MOLECULAR MARKERS,AFLP,COLLECTION,TRAITS,MICROSATELLITE,DOMESTICATION,TEMPERATURE,RESOURCES,WILD},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {322--332},
  title        = {Genetic diversity analysis of Moroccan lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) landraces using Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphisms reveals functional adaptation towards agro-environmental origins},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/pbr.12261},
  volume       = {134},
  year         = {2015},
}

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