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E. Hukić, A. Dounavi, D. Ballian: ANALIZA DNA HIBRIDNIH PLATANA (Platanus acerifolia /Aiton/ Willd.) . Šumarski list br. 7–8, CXXXII (2008), 337-341
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SUMMARY: Interspecific hybridization often blurs the species boundaries
both in natural and artificial conditions. Thus a verification of identity based
on morphological characters only is not sometimes fully reliable. Such an
example is the case of Platanus x acerifolia and P. orientalis co-occurring in
city tree line, parks and artificial stands. Therefore we carried out an analysis
using molecular markers to distinguish tree individuals that could not be
assigned either to P. x acerifolia or P. orientalis. The individuals of P. x acerifolia
and P. orientalis originated from three mixed groups collected in Sarajevo
area and a group of P. orientalis from Cyprus was used as a control group.
The four cpDNA microsatelite primers (ccmp3, ccmp6, ccmp7, ccmp10), an
ITS sequence of trnT-trnL region and a pair of 5S nDNA primers were used to
distinguish Platanus sp. individuals. No polymorphism was detected for any
of analyzed DNA sequences and therefore distinction between the plane trees
could not be achieved. The lack of polymorphism might be explained by dominant
mode of inheritance for targeted sequences that are maternally transferred
in hybridization processes.

Key words: London planetree (Patanus x acerifolia), DNA, microsatelite