International Journal of Biodiversity / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Review Article

Axillary Bud Proliferation Approach for Plant Biodiversity Conservation and Restoration

Table 1

Clonally propagated plant species through axillary proliferation approach and the state of subsequent genetic somaclonal variation.

SpeciesUsed markerGenetic variationReference

Cedrus atlantica L.RAPDNot significant[71]
Cedrus libani L.RAPDNot significant[71]
Eucalyptus tereticornis SmithRFLP, RAPDNo[72]
Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehn.RFLP, RAPDNo[72]
Anoectochilus formosanus H.ISSRLow genetic instability[73]
Swertia chirayita (Roxb. ex Fleming) H. Karst.ISSRNo[74]
Curcuma longa L. Cytophotometry and RAPDNo[76]
Prunus dulcis [Mill.] D. A. WebbRAPD and ISSRNo[95]
Alpinia galanga L.RAPD and ISSRNo[82]
Malus pumila Mill.RAPDNot significant[83]
Apple rootstock Merton 1973ISSRNo[84]
Cannabis sativa L.ISSRNo[85]
Humulus lupulus L.RAPD and REMAPNo[86]
Allium ampeloprasum L. ISSRNo[87]
Vitis spp. RAPD and ISSRNo[136]
Hybrid hazelnut RAPDNo[78]
Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra RAPDNo[79]
Ochreinauclea missionis (Wall. ex G. Don) Ridsd.ISSRNo[108]
Fragaria x ananassa RAPD-PCRNo[137]
Doritaenopsis glenyle
“Labios”
RAPDNo[127]
Ocimum kilimandscharicum GuerkeRAPDNo[138]