GENETIC DIVERSITY ANALYSIS OF TEUCRIUM POLIUM POPULATIONS IN AYDIN/TÜRKİYE BASED ON RAPD-PCR
Keywords:Teucrium polium, RAPD, Aydin, genetic diversity
In this study, genetic diversity analysis of eight Teucrium polium L. populations distributed in Aydın province of Türkiye was conducted using ten RAPD markers. As a result of the study, a total of 45 bands were obtained, of which eight were monomorphic and 37 were polymorphic. The total polymorphism rate was determined as 82.22%. UPGMA dendrogram consists of two clades. The lowest similarity (-0.100) was observed between the Koçarlı and Hamitler village populations, while the highest coefficient (0.646) was observed with the Çakmar (road) and Hamitler village populations. As a result, RAPD marker technique can be a useful marker for revealing the genetic diversity of Teucrium polium populations. In addition, this results it will be a references for different marker and sequence-based studies in the future.
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