Genetic Diversity and Phylogenetic Analyses of Turkish Cotton (Gossypium HirsutumL.) Lines Using ISSR Markers and ChloroplasttrnL-FRegions


Hocaoglu-Ozyigit A., Ucar B., ALTAY V., ÖZYİĞİT İ. İ.

JOURNAL OF NATURAL FIBERS, 2020 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
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  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Doi Number: 10.1080/15440478.2020.1788493
  • Title of Journal : JOURNAL OF NATURAL FIBERS

Abstract

In this study, genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of 22 cotton (Gossypium hirsutumL.) lines widely cultivated in Turkey were investigated. For this purpose, 20 ISSR primers were used, and five of which generated amplification products. The polymorphic locus ratio was calculated as 87.21% and a moderate level of genetic diversity was found between the genotypes. Percentage of the highest polymorphic locus was calculated as 12.79% for the Beren line, whereas ADN 98, ADN 710, and ozbek 105 lines showed the lowest value with 0.00%.trnL-Fintergenic spacer sequences were used in order to determine phylogenetic relationships, and a comparison was carried out between both sequences of our lines and the sequences obtained from NCBI-GenBank database. The sequences ofG. hirsutum, G. hirsutumsubsp.latifolium, andG. hirsutumcv. "Hainansijimian" were described as the most similar sequences according to specifications of coverage, similarity, and maximum score ranges. Then, a phylogenetic tree was established by using the sample sequences from the prominent families cultivated, especially from Malvaceae. While the members of Malvaceae family were clustered as one group, the other families were comprised of different groups located in different positions according to their genetic similarities.