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Development of multiplex PCR markers to distinguish evergreen and deciduous azaleas
Author(s): D. Mizuta, A. Nakatsuka and N. Kobayashi
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Plant Breeding
Article Topic(s): Genetics,Taxonomy
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Rhododendron viscosum (Swamp azalea),
AbstractDevelops a method using multiplex PCR markers to genetically distinguish between evergreen azaleas and deciduous azaleas, including Rhododendron viscosum.
Suggested CitationD. Mizuta, A. Nakatsuka and N. Kobayashi. "Development of multiplex PCR markers to distinguish evergreen and deciduous azaleas." Plant Breeding 127.5 (2008): 533-535.