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Genetic diversity of wild and cultivated olives in Croatia


Klepo, Tatjana; Strikić, Frane; Perica, Slavko; Belaj, Angjelina; Liber, Zlatko; Benčić, Đani; Šatović, Zlatko
Genetic diversity of wild and cultivated olives in Croatia // Book of Abstract VIIth International Symposium on Olive Growing
San Juan, Argentina, 2012. str. P-24 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Genetic diversity of wild and cultivated olives in Croatia

Autori
Klepo, Tatjana ; Strikić, Frane ; Perica, Slavko ; Belaj, Angjelina ; Liber, Zlatko ; Benčić, Đani ; Šatović, Zlatko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of Abstract VIIth International Symposium on Olive Growing / - , 2012, P-24

Skup
VIIth International Symposium on Olive Growing

Mjesto i datum
San Juan, Argentina, 25-29.09.2012.

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Olea europaea L.; feral forms; genetic relationship; SSR; FCA

Sažetak
The cultivation of olive is widely spread in Croatian coastal area and islands while wild olive (Olea europaea subsp. europaea var. sylvestris) populations can be found only in some specific sites, mainly on islands, where olive cultivation is limited or absent. Ninety trees from four wild olive populations sampled in Brijuni, Pag, Hvar and Lastovo islands and 20 most important Croatian olive cultivars were analyzed by eight microsatellite markers in order to test their diversity and genetic relationships. The SSR markers revealed high level of diversity with a total of 124 alleles and mean values of Ho 0, 811 and He 0, 818. Factorial correspondence analysis (FCA) revealed the separation of the samples into two groups. The first group consisted of cultivated olives and wild olive trees belonging to populations from the islands of Brijuni and Hvar while the second was comprised of wild olives from the islands of Pag and Lastovo. These results suggest that the wild olives from the islands of Pag and Lastovo could be considered as genuine wild olives or true oleasters while the populations from the islands of Brijuni and Hvar probably represent feral forms (olivasters), which may be seedlings of the cultivated olives or products of hybridization between the true oleasters and cultivars. The high diversity found in wild olive trees and the presence of true oleasters may be of great interest for future genetic improvement programs in Croatia?

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Poljoprivreda (agronomija)



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Projekt / tema
091-0910468-0166 - Vrednovanje, zaštita i upotreba genetskih resursa masline (Slavko Perica, )

Ustanove
Institut za jadranske kulture i melioraciju krša, Split