Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Balapanov Ilnur Malikovich

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State Scientific Organization North Caucasian Regional Research Institute of Horticulture and Viticulture of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences
   

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i-balapanov@rambler.ru


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APPROVAL OF IRAP MARKERS BASED ON CASSANDRA RETROTRANSPOSON FOR THE ANALYSIS OF GENETIC POLYMORPHISMS IN THE GENUS PRUNUS

abstract 1041410055 issue 104 pp. 733 – 743 30.12.2014 ru 1147
This study was aimed on testing of IRAP markers developed at plum on varieties of peach, Russian plum and cherry plum and genotyping of home and foreign varieties of plum, followed by an analysis of the data. During the testing of the markers have been identified as a high level of polymorphism between genotypes of plum and between the studied species. On the basis of the results obtained by genotyping 15 samples of Prunus was built dendrogram. Cluster analysis was divided into 3 groups corresponding varieties of P. persica, P. domestica and a common group for varieties of Russian plum and cherry plum
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BIOLOGIAL TRAITS IN WALNUT BREEDING

abstract 1011407052 issue 101 pp. 828 – 842 30.09.2014 ru 1277
The article provides a review of biological traits that could be useful for selection of the walnut in diverse conditions of its growth. The most important aspects of species biology are described as they are of primary importance for breeding programs in the countries with walnut crops
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USING OF RETROTRANSPOSONE CASSANDRA BASED DNA-MARKERS FOR EVALUATION OF GENETIC DIVERSITY OF PRUNUS SPINOSA SPECIES

abstract 1341710094 issue 134 pp. 1166 – 1176 29.12.2017 ru 330
This article presents the results of testing IRAP DNA markers Cass1 and Cass2 applied to Prunus spinosa. The findings suggest the high perspectiveness of their using for the study of genetic diversity of the gene pool of this species. According to the results of the analysis of the sample 12 genotypes were identified from 6 to 13 fragments in the spectrum of Cass1 and from 5 to 11 fragments for Cass2. As a result of cluster analysis in the sample formed three groups of samples. In one of the groups, which is most distant from the other two, includes samples taken in Ukraine, while the remaining two groups included samples from Armenia, the Krasnodar region region, the Republic of Adygea, Ukraine and Moldova, and three cultural large-fruited form. The distribution of samples in clusters corresponded to their geographical origin that favors the objective assessment of genetic distances between the samples using Cass1 and Cass2 markers. Thus, it was concluded that the prospects of using DNA markers to study the genetic diversity within a species of Prunus spinosa
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