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Genetic diversity of wild Thymus capitatus (Lamiaceae) in Tunisia using molecular markers

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In Tunisia, Thymus capitatus L. populations are severely destroyed due to deforestation and over-collecting. The species occurs in small scattered populations decreasing progressively in size. Yet, no conservation or improvement programs are attempted to preserve and promote the potential value of this resource. In this work, we assessed the genetic diversity of nine Tunisian populations of Thymus capitatus L. from different bioclimates, using 103 polymorphic randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) loci. The analysis of the genetic variation within and among populations is primordial to elaborate conservation and improvement programs. The species showed a low diversity within populations (0.276
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  • Laboratory of Plant Biotechnology B.P.676, National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology,1080 Tunis Cedex, Tunisia
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