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DNA barcoding of the Solanaceae family in Puerto Rico including endangered and endemic species
The Solanaceae family is one of the largest and well distributed plant families in the world. It contains species with agricultural and economical importance such as potatoes, eggplants, tomatoes and peppers. In Puerto ...
Assessing the species relationship of the bamboo collection at USDA-Tropical Agricultural Research Station at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico through DNA barcoding
Bamboo is a grass that belongs to the subfamily Bambusoideae and has approximately 1400 different species distributed in 116 genera. This plant has been widely used by humans as a source of food, shelter, clothing and ...