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Figure 4.4 Molecular characterization of ginger: (a) RAPD profiles as expressed by OPERON primer OPD 11 among different cultivars of ginger collected from different geographical regions. lanes: 1 1 kb ladder, 2 Maran, 3 Australia, 4 Jamaica, 5 Gurubathani, 6 Bhainse, 7 RRE, 8 Hawaiian, 9 Sabarimala, 10 Mananthody, 11 Anamica, 12 Bisonvally, 13 China, 14 Jugijan, 15 IISR Rajitha, 16 IISR Varada, 17 Wyanad local, 18 Nadan, 19 PGS 43, 20 V2-E5-3. (b) RAPD profiles as expressed by OPERON primer OPE 01 in micropropagated plants of ginger: lanes: 1. 1 Kb Ladder, 2 RRE 1, 3 M Control, 4 MP 49-7, 5 MP 50-3, 6 MP 54-2, 7 MP 54-4, 8 MP 61-4, 9 MP 61-9, 10 MP 61-10, 11 MP 64-3, 12 MP 68-4, 13 MP 70-3, 14 MP 70-5, 15 MP 74-4, 16 MP 76-3. (c) RAPD profiles as expressed by OPERON primer OPD 10 in callus regenerated plants of ginger: lanes: 1 1 Kb Ladder, 2 RRE 1, 3 M Control, 4 CR 3, 5 CR 4, 6 CR 7, 7 CR 9, 8 CR 10-1, 9 CR 13, 10 CR 20, 11 CR 42, 12 CR 64, 13 CR 67, 14 CR 816, 15 CR 817, 16 CR 1222, 17 CR 1441, 18 AC-1. (d) RAPD profiles of microrhizome derived plants of ginger, as expressed by OPERON primer OPB 10: L—1kb ladder, lanes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: microrhizome derived plants, C—control.

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