The third issue of Genetic Resources was finalized and published on 29 June 2021 and is available on www.genresj.org and using its DOI: https://doi.org/10.46265/genresj.2021.3
Issue 3 includes one review and three original articles, covering animal and plant genetic resources as well as tropical agroforestry.
The review describes the diversity of local Bulgarian sheep breeds with a focus on coat color, its genetics and economic potential:
The three original articles describe the results of a collection mission for Allium wild relatives in Greece, including an optimized regeneration protocol (https://www.genresj.org/index.php/grj/article/view/genresj.DMAT2233), a study of the genetic diversity and population structures of goat breeds in Kenya (https://www.genresj.org/index.php/grj/article/view/genresj.EQFQ1540) and a study of the genetic diversity of African locust bean trees (Parkia biglobosa) using protein profiling and Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA markers (https://www.genresj.org/index.php/grj/article/view/genresj.OBVW6791).
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