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Identification and genetic relationship of Persian walnut genotypes using isozyme markers


, : Identification and genetic relationship of Persian walnut genotypes using isozyme markers. Journal of American Pomological Society 57(3): 106-114

Horizontal starch gel electrophoresis was used to identify 108 walnut genotypes and to assess their genetic relationship.

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