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:: Volume 8, Issue 16 (8-2020) ::
PEC 2020, 8(16): 249-264 Back to browse issues page
Evaluation of morphometric diversity of Moringa Peregrina Baluchestan populations
Sajedeh Balochi1 , Nafiseh Mahdinezhad * , Baratali Fakheri1
1- Departement of Biology
university of zabol, Departement of Biology , nmahdinezhad52@gmail.com
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In order to investigate the morphometric diversity of Moringa populations in ten regions and villages located in Fennuj and Nikshahr in Baluchestan including Bennet, Keshgh, Desc, Madhadi, Nesfaran, Condaran, Tang Fnvjh mouth, and Haft Dokhtaran, Moringa  the seeds were collected. Twenty Sterile seeds of each genotype were cultured in separate petri diches in three replicates and the culture plates containing immature embryos were placed in the growth room with 16 hours of light period and 8 hours of darkness at 25 ° C  of day and 19 ° C of night. After germination, they were grown in a completely randomized design in the pots. After three months and complete deployment, morphological traits including root length, tuber length, seedling length, tuber diameter, leaf number, leaf area distance to needle leaf, stem length, needle length, and needle leaf length were studied. Statistical analysis including analysis of variance, correlation between traits, cluster analysis and factor analysis using SAS  version 9.3 software was performed. As the results of variance analysis showed, all quantitative traits were significantly different at the level of 0.05%. The results of this research showed a high correlation between the measured traits. Based on cluster results, different genotypes of plants were divided into two distinct groups. Factor analysis also showed that the special values of 4 factors were more than one. Indeed, it in trun
explained 82% of the total variation among 10 populations.
 
Keywords: Moringa, Morphological traits, Diversity, Region, Seedling
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2019/04/22 | Accepted: 2019/08/24 | Published: 2020/09/21
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