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Vegetable Genomics

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Vegetable Genomics PLS 221

Amos Pagac V
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Carlos Quiros

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PLS 221 2008 Instructor CF Quiros Onion and Garlic References Banerjee SK Mukherjee PK Maulik SK 2003 Garlic as an antioxidant The good the bad and the ugly Phytotherapy Research I 723997 106 Barnes SR et a 1985 The organization nucleotide sequence and chromosomal distribution of a satellite DNA fromAllium cepa Chromosoma 92185192 Bradeen J M and M J Havey 1995 Restriction fragment length polymorphisms reveal considerable nuclear divergence Within a wellsupported maternal clade in Allium section Cepa Amer J Bot 8214551462 Bradeen JM and Havey MJ 1995 Randomly ampli ed polymorphic DNA in bulb onion and its use to assess inbred integrity Jour ASHS 120752758 Brewster J L 1994 Onions and other vegetable Alliums Crop Production Science in Horticulture CAB International Cheng S 1972 Sexual process in garlic Proc Tropical Reg ASHS 256972 Cortes F et a 1983 Cbanding and sister chromatid exchanges in three species of the genus Allium Caryologia 36203210 Currah and Ockendon 1978 Protandry and 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