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Publications of : A.P. Souza
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic diversity, agronomic potential and reaction to downy mildew in genotypes of biofortified mini lettuce

Lettuce is one of the most consumed leaf vegetables in the world, highlighting itself as a novelty in the market as mini type cultivars. During the winter the downy mildew can lead to severe damage. Thus, the objective of this work was to evaluate the genetic diversity, agronomic potential and downy mildew reaction in biofortified mini lettuce genotypes. The experiment was carried out in the Un.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 18(1):

Medical Genetics   Research Article

New loci of Lychnophora ericoides and transferability to Lychnophora pinaster, endangered medicinal species from Brazil

    M.A.R. Vieira, M.O.M. Marques, L.L. Haber, B.B.Z. Vigna, M.M. Bajay, J.B. Pinheiro, A.P. Souza, J. Semir and M.I. Zucch

Lychnophora ericoides and Lychnophora pinaster are species used in popular medicine as analgesic or anti-inflammatory 21 simple sequence repeat loci of L. ericoides were developed and transferred to L. pinaster. Three populations of L. ericoides and 2 populations of L. pinaster were evaluated; they were collected in the State of Minas Gerais. Population parameters were estimated, and the mean v.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 13(4): 2014.December.19.8

DOI: 10.4238/2014.December.19.8

Plant Genetics   Research Article

Microsatellite in Aeschynomene falcata (Leguminosae): diversity, cross-amplification, and chromosome localization

    C.A. Polido1,3, C.C. Mantello2, A.P. Moraes1,4, A.P. Souza1,2 and E.R. Forni-Martins1

Aeschynomene falcata is an important forage species; however, because of low seed production, it is underutilized as forage species. Aeschynomene is a polyphyletic genus with a challenging taxonomic position. Two subgenera have been proposed, and it is suggested that Aeschynomene can be split in 2 genera... Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 13(4): 2014.December.4.34

DOI: 10.4238/2014.December.4.34

Plant Genetics   Research Article

Microsatellite markers for the Cabreúva tree, Myroxylon peruiferum (Fabaceae), an endangered medicinal species from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest

    K.D. Schwarcz, M.M. Bajay, C.M.T. Macrini, V.L.P. Salazar, A.P. Souza, J.B. Pinheiro, P.H.S. Brancalion, R.R. Rodrigues and M.I. Zucchi

The Cabreúva tree, Myroxylon peruiferum, is an endangered tropical species from Brazil used in forest restoration projects. It is known for its medicinal properties. Eleven microsatellite markers were developed for this species, from a microsatellite-enriched library. Nine of these markers, characterized in 30 individuals from a semideciduous forest .. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 13(3): 2014.March.26.1

DOI: 10.4238/2014.March.26.1

Animal Genetics   Research Article

Unraveling the variability and genetic structure of barker frog Physalaemus cuvieri (Leiuperinae) populations from different regions of Brazil

    M. Conte, C.P. Targueta, M.I. Zucchi, A.P. Souza and S.M. Recco-Pimentel

The barker frog Physalaemus cuvieri is widely distributed in South America and is found in all regions of Brazil. Significant intraspecific morphological variation in this species has been reported. To determine the genetic structure of the natural Brazilian populations of P. cuvieri, 10 different populations geographically separated by 99.41 to 2936.75 km were eval.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 13(3): 2014.February.21.4

DOI: 10.4238/2014.February.21.4

Animal Genetics   Research Article

Study of closely related species within the Physalaemus cuvieri group (Anura): contribution of microsatellite markers

    M. Conte, M.I. Zucchi, G.V. Andrade, A.P. Souza and S.M. Recco-Pimentel

Various species of the Physalaemus cuvieri group of frogs are difficult to distinguish morphologically, making molecular analysis an attractive alternative for indentifying members of this group, which is considered to be at risk because of loss of habitat. The genetic structure of natural populations of P. ephippifer and P. albonotatus species was investigated and .. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 10(3): vol10-3gmr1136

DOI: 10.4238/vol10-3gmr1136

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