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Comparative molecular analysis of old olive (Olea europaea L.) genotypes from Eastern Mediterranean Region of Turkey

BROWSE_DETAIL_TITLE_ALTERNATE: Comparative molecular analysis of old olive (Olea europaea L.) genotypes from Eastern Mediterranean Region of Turkey

BROWSE_DETAIL_CREATION_DATE: 1999

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BROWSE_DETAIL_LANG: English

BROWSE_DETAIL_SUBJECTS: Agriculture (General),

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BROWSE_DETAIL_CONTRIBUTERS: Ulaş, Mehmet (Editor),


BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLISHER: Zeytincilik Araştırma Enstitüsü BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_NAME: African Journal of Biotechnology BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_DATE: 1999 BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_NUMBER: 4 BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_VOLUME: 9 BROWSE_DETAIL_PUBLICATION_PAGE: 428-433


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BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_KEYWORDS Genetic resources, genetic variability, olive, Olea europaea L., RAPD.
BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_ABSTRACT Olive is an important Mediterranean tree species having many different ways of utilizations. The olivegrove is an important farming sector in Turkey and dates back to thousands years, particularly inAnatolia. An historical culture of olive resulted in a broad genetic base for olive which is a long-livedtree. We compared the genetic profiles of six old olive cultivars from an Eastern Mediterranean Regionof Turkey to 15 modern Turkish olive cultivars from different geographical origins. The RAPD profilessuccessfully clarified the molecular relationships among the genotypes tested. Seventeen RAPDprimers generated 153 reproducible bands, 81% of which were polymorphic. The data were subjected tocluster and principle coordinates analyses. Cluster analysis supported three small groups based ongeographical origins and these groups did not include any of the old cultivars. The old cultivarsscattered around the ungrouped accessions and formed four subgroups. Principle coordinate resultedin similar overall patterns. Our results revealed that although sampled from a relatively narrow region,the old olive cultivars have broad genetic basis and are closely related to some of present-daycultivars/clones.
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BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_NOTES Besnard G, Baradat P, Bervillé A (2001) Genetic relationships in theolive (Olea europaea L.) reflect multilocal selection of cultivars.Theor. Appl. Genet. 102: 251-258.Besnard G, Khadari B, Baradat P, Bervillé A (2002) Combination ofchloroplast and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms to studycytoplasm genetic differentiation in the olive complex (Olea europaeaL.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 105: 139-144.Breton C, Tersac M, Bervillé A (2006). Genetic diversity and gene flowbetween the wild olive (oleaster, Olea europaea L.) and the olive:several Plio-Pleistocene refuge zones in the Mediterranean basinsuggested by simple sequence repeats analysis. J. Biogeogr. 33:1916-1928.Dali Y, Kahraman SA, Dankoff R (2004). Evliya ÇelebiSeyahatnamesi,. vol.9 (modern Turkish transcription) Istanbul: YapıKredi Press.Dankoff R (2004). An Ottoman Mentality. The World of Evliya Çelebi.The Ottoman Empire and Its Herigate Leiden/Boston: E. J. Brill.Dellaporta SL, Wood J, Hicks JB (1983). A plant DNA minipreparation:version II. Plant Mol. Biol. Rep. 1: 19-21.Durgac C, Özgen M, imek Ö, Aka Kaçar Y, Kıyga Y, Çelebi S,Gündüz K, Serçe S (2008). Molecular and pomological diversityamong pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) cultivars in EasternMediterranean region of Turkey. Afr. J. Biotechnol. 7: 1294-1301.Galili E, Stanley DJ, Sharvit J, Weinstein-Evron M (1997). Evidence forearliest olive-oil production in sub-merged groves of the Carmel coast,Israel. J. Archaeol. Sci. 24: 1141-1150.Ganino T, Beghe D, Valenti S, Nisi R, Fabbri A (2007). RAPD and SSRmarkers for characterization and identification of ancient cultivars ofOlea europaea L. in the Emilia region, Northern Italy. Genet. Resour.Crop Evol. 54: 1531-1540.Hagidimitriou M, Katsiotis A, Menexes G, Pontikis C, Loukas M (2005).Genetic diversity of major Greek olive cultivars using molecular(AFLPs and RAPDs) markers and morphological traits J. Am. Soc.Hort. Sci. 130: 211-217.Khadari B, Breton C, Moutier N, Roger JP, Besnard G, Bervillé A,Dosba F (2003). The use of molecular markers for germplasmmanagement in a French olive collection. Theor. Appl. Genet. 106:521-529Lenoir M, Akerraz A (1984). L’oléiculture dans le Maroc antique. Olivae3: 12-17.Loumou A, Giourga C (2003). Olive groves: The life and identity of theMediterranean. Agric. Hum. Values, 20: 87-95.Durgac et al 433Poljuha D, Sladonja B, Setic E, Milotic A, Bandel D, Jakseb J, JavornikB (2008) DNA fingerprinting of olive varieties in Istria (Croatia) bymicrosatellite markers. Sci. Hortic. 115: 223-230.Rohlf FJ (1997). NTSYS-Pc, Numerical taxonomy and multivariateanalysis system, Exeter software, Setauket, New York.Staub JE, Dane F, Reitsma K, Fazio G and López-Sesé A (2002). Theformation of test arrays and a core collection in cucumber (Cucumissativus L.) using phenotypic and molecular marker data. J. Am. Soc.Hort. Sci. 127: 558-567.Swofford DL (1998). PAUP: Phylogenetic analysis using parsimony(and other methods). Version 4. Sineauer Assoc., Sunderland, Mass.Tabatabaei SJ (2006). Effects of salinity and N on the growth,photosynthesis and N status of olive (Olea europaea L.) trees. Sci.Hortic. 108: 432-438Zohary D, Hopf M (1994). Domestication of plants in the Old World, 2ndedn. Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK.

BROWSE_DETAIL_TAB_REFERENCESBesnard G, Baradat P, Bervillé A (2001) Genetic relationships in theolive (Olea europaea L.) reflect multilocal selection of cultivars.Theor. Appl. Genet. 102: 251-258.Besnard G, Khadari B, Baradat P, Bervillé A (2002) Combination ofchloroplast and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms to studycytoplasm genetic differentiation in the olive complex (Olea europaeaL.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 105: 139-144.Breton C, Tersac M, Bervillé A (2006). Genetic diversity and gene flowbetween the wild olive (oleaster, Olea europaea L.) and the olive:several Plio-Pleistocene refuge zones in the Mediterranean basinsuggested by simple sequence repeats analysis. J. Biogeogr. 33:1916-1928.Dali Y, Kahraman SA, Dankoff R (2004). Evliya ÇelebiSeyahatnamesi,. vol.9 (modern Turkish transcription) Istanbul: YapıKredi Press.Dankoff R (2004). An Ottoman Mentality. The World of Evliya Çelebi.The Ottoman Empire and Its Herigate Leiden/Boston: E. J. Brill.Dellaporta SL, Wood J, Hicks JB (1983). A plant DNA minipreparation:version II. Plant Mol. Biol. Rep. 1: 19-21.Durgac C, Özgen M, imek Ö, Aka Kaçar Y, Kıyga Y, Çelebi S,Gündüz K, Serçe S (2008). Molecular and pomological diversityamong pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) cultivars in EasternMediterranean region of Turkey. Afr. J. Biotechnol. 7: 1294-1301.Galili E, Stanley DJ, Sharvit J, Weinstein-Evron M (1997). Evidence forearliest olive-oil production in sub-merged groves of the Carmel coast,Israel. J. Archaeol. Sci. 24: 1141-1150.Ganino T, Beghe D, Valenti S, Nisi R, Fabbri A (2007). RAPD and SSRmarkers for characterization and identification of ancient cultivars ofOlea europaea L. in the Emilia region, Northern Italy. Genet. Resour.Crop Evol. 54: 1531-1540.Hagidimitriou M, Katsiotis A, Menexes G, Pontikis C, Loukas M (2005).Genetic diversity of major Greek olive cultivars using molecular(AFLPs and RAPDs) markers and morphological traits J. Am. Soc.Hort. Sci. 130: 211-217.Khadari B, Breton C, Moutier N, Roger JP, Besnard G, Bervillé A,Dosba F (2003). The use of molecular markers for germplasmmanagement in a French olive collection. Theor. Appl. Genet. 106:521-529Lenoir M, Akerraz A (1984). L’oléiculture dans le Maroc antique. Olivae3: 12-17.Loumou A, Giourga C (2003). Olive groves: The life and identity of theMediterranean. Agric. Hum. Values, 20: 87-95.Durgac et al 433Poljuha D, Sladonja B, Setic E, Milotic A, Bandel D, Jakseb J, JavornikB (2008) DNA fingerprinting of olive varieties in Istria (Croatia) bymicrosatellite markers. Sci. Hortic. 115: 223-230.Rohlf FJ (1997). NTSYS-Pc, Numerical taxonomy and multivariateanalysis system, Exeter software, Setauket, New York.Staub JE, Dane F, Reitsma K, Fazio G and López-Sesé A (2002). Theformation of test arrays and a core collection in cucumber (Cucumissativus L.) using phenotypic and molecular marker data. J. Am. Soc.Hort. Sci. 127: 558-567.Swofford DL (1998). PAUP: Phylogenetic analysis using parsimony(and other methods). Version 4. Sineauer Assoc., Sunderland, Mass.Tabatabaei SJ (2006). Effects of salinity and N on the growth,photosynthesis and N status of olive (Olea europaea L.) trees. Sci.Hortic. 108: 432-438Zohary D, Hopf M (1994). Domestication of plants in the Old World, 2ndedn. Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK.


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