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Title: Strain selection in the edible brown seaweed Alaria esculenta: Genetic fingerprinting and hybridization studies under laboratory conditions
Authors: Kraan, S
Guiry, M D
Keywords: Marine Resource Series
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: Kraan, S. & Guiry, M. D., "Strain selection in the edible brown seaweed Alaria esculenta: Genetic fingerprinting and hybridization studies under laboratory conditions", Marine Resource Series, Marine Institute 2000
Series/Report no.: Marine Resource Series;8
Abstract: The genus Alaria presently includes 12 species, 11 of which are located in the cold temperate North Pacific and only one is found in the North Atlantic (Widdowson, 1971). The North Atlantic species Alaria esculenta has two northern forms, A. esculenta forma grandifolia and forma pylaii (Lüning, 1990). The study presented here will concentrate on the genetic fingerprinting of Alaria esculenta, the most common North Atlantic species, and hybridisation of members of the Laminariaceae.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/206
ISSN: 1393-4643
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