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Fig. 5. Distribution of onion-specific and Welsh onion-specific atp9 organizations among closely related Allium species. (A) Phylogenetic tree of 16 Allium species constructed using chloroplast genome sequences between rps16 and trnQ. Blue and red circles indicate onion-specific and Welsh onion-specific atp9 organizations, respectively. (B) PCR products of 16 Allium species amplified using the simple PCR marker. 1: onion (Normal), 2: onion (CMS-T), 3: A. praemixtum, 4: A. dictyoprasum, 5: A. vavilovii, 6: A. roylei, 7: onion (CMS-S), 8: A. galanthum, 9: A. altaicum, 10: A. ledebourianum, 11: A. fistulosum, 12: A. schoenoprasum, 13: A. splendens, 14: A. hymenorrhizum, 15: A. saxatile, 16: A. bidentatum, 17: A. amphibolum, 18: A. oreoprasum.
Plant Breed. Biotech. 2019;7:151-60 https://doi.org/10.9787/PBB.2019.7.2.151
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