Isozymes in Plant Biology

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Douglas E. Soltis, Pamela S. Soltis
Dioscorides Press, 1989 - Gardening - 268 pages
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This survey emphasizes the possibilities of isozymes as marker genes in solving a variety of problems important to population geneticists, evolutionists, systematists, and plant breeders.

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Introduction
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Jonathan F Wendel and Norman F Weeden 5
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CHAPTER 2
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Doug Soltis is professor of botany at the University of Florida

Pamela Soltis is a curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History. They live in Gainesville.

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