Genome size dertmination of Eclipta alba and Aloe barbadensis

Title
Genome size dertmination of Eclipta alba and Aloe barbadensis
Author(s)
라더이르판아흐마드Anggana Ray[Anggana Ray]Yasir Bashir[Yasir Bashir]Bolin Kumar Konwar[Bolin Kumar Konwar]
Keywords
FLOW-CYTOMETRY; DNA-CONTENT; PLANTS
Issue Date
201509
Publisher
BANGLADESH PHARMACOLOGICAL SOC
Citation
BANGLADESH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY, v.10, no.3, pp.697 - 702
Abstract
There is abundant genetic diversity of pharmacologically important plants around the globe and this pool of genetic variation serves as the base for selection as well as for plant improvement. The major cause of such genetic diversity is the variation in their genetic material, as called genome. In the present study, an attempt was made to determine the genome size of Eclipta alba and Aloe barbadensis by flow cytometry using Pisum sativum as a reference standard. The nuclear DNA was calculated as 8.7 pg for E. alba and 9.0 pg for A. barbadensis. The genome size of E. alba and A. barbadensis was estimated to be 4.27 x 10(9) bp and 4.42 x 10(9) bp, respectively. Information on genome size and DNA content of these two pharmacologically important plants would provide a useful tool for future molecular biological investigations.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/31052http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/bjp.v10i3.23642
ISSN
1991-007X
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