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Greek Potted Gardenias Have Many Genetic

Author(s): Stephanie Anderson*

One of the most significant pot plants in Greece's floral industry is the gardenia. The cooperative Gardenia Growers Group cultivates cv. Pelion, a morphologically homogeneous cultivar, primarily around Mount Pelion. It is reproduced through terminal shoot cuttings. Greek gardenia is the most common name for cv. Pelion in flower exports to Europe. There is currently a paucity of knowledge regarding the genetic makeup of the "Greek gardenia" and the plant propagation supplies utilized in Greek nurseries. With the help of 11 RAPD markers, we used a total of 21 clonal samples from the cooperative nurseries of GGG to analyses the genetic variation of gardenia. The samples and gardenia cv were compared. Kimberly. Ten RAPD primers have high polymorphism and produced bands across the board. A total of 81 DNA fragments were amplified, and 11 distinct bands were found among them. The clones have very little genetic variation, and they all belong to one big group that can be thought of as one single clone that has been widely cultivated and is disseminated to the flower market, according to a comparison of band patterns. Our findings show that this clone can be recognized from the M I R gytfu