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Genetic Diversity Analysis of Heliconia psittacorum Cultivars and Interspecific Hybrids Using Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Regions

By Walma Nogueira Ramos Guimarães, Gabriela de Morais Guerra Ferraz, Luiza Suely Semen Martins, Luciane Vilela Resende, Helio Almeida Burity and Vivian Loges

Submitted: February 3rd 2012Reviewed: March 15th 2012Published: April 27th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/48815

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Walma Nogueira Ramos Guimarães, Gabriela de Morais Guerra Ferraz, Luiza Suely Semen Martins, Luciane Vilela Resende, Helio Almeida Burity and Vivian Loges (April 27th 2012). Genetic Diversity Analysis of Heliconia psittacorum Cultivars and Interspecific Hybrids Using Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Regions, Agricultural Science, Godwin Aflakpui, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/48815. Available from:

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