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Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy 1999;29(2): 169-181.
doi: https://doi.org/10.11110/kjpt.1999.29.2.169
Random amplified polymorphic DNAs 를 이용한 한국산 사철란속의 유연관계
태경환, 인동수, 배희연, 고성철
Relationship of the Korean Goodyera ( Orchidaceae ) using Random amplified polymorphic DNAs analysis
Kyoung Hwan Tae, Dong Su In, Hee Youn Bae, Sung Chul Ko
In order to presume the relationships among five species (G. schlechtendaliana, G. repens, G. macrantha, G. maximowicziana, and G. velutina) and their populations of the Korean Goodyera, RAPDs analysis was performed. Eight arbitary primers giving rise to 64 RAPD bands were enough to reveal differences among genotypes. They were clustered into at least two groups by the UPGMA and the NJ tree. First group consisted of G. schlechtendaliana and G. repens, and second group was comprised of G. macrantha, G. maximowicziana and G. velutina. The UPGMA and the NJ tree based on RAPDs showed that G. schlechtendaliana and G. repens had the closest relationship among examined species, and RAPDs analysis was useful in elucidating the relationship of Goodyera taxa.
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