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Hilde Nybom
Hilde Nybom
Professor of Horticultural genetics, Balsgård, Swedish University for Agricultural Sciences
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Comparison of different nuclear DNA markers for estimating intraspecific genetic diversity in plants
H Nybom
Molecular ecology 13 (5), 1143-1155, 2004
23832004
DNA fingerprinting in plants: principles, methods, and applications
K Weising, H Nybom, M Pfenninger, K Wolff, G Kahl
CRC press, 2005
11952005
Effects of life history traits and sampling strategies on genetic diversity estimates obtained with RAPD markers in plants
H Nybom, IV Bartish
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 3 (2), 93-114, 2000
11662000
DNA fingerprinting in plants and fungi
K Weising, H Nybom, M Pfenninger, K Wolff, W Meyer
CRC press, 1994
11131994
Assignment of allelic configuration in polyploids using the MAC-PR (microsatellite DNA allele counting—peak ratios) method
GD Esselink, H Nybom, B Vosman
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 109, 402-408, 2004
2712004
AFLP markers as a tool to reconstruct complex relationships: A case study in Rosa (Rosaceae)
WJM Koopman, V Wissemann, K De Cock, J Van Huylenbroeck, ...
American Journal of Botany 95 (3), 353-366, 2008
2462008
DNA fingerprinting in botany: past, present, future
H Nybom, K Weising, B Rotter
Investigative genetics 5, 1-35, 2014
2152014
Population genetic structure in the dioecious pioneer plant species Hippophae rhamnoides investigated by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers
Bartish, Jeppsson, Nybom
Molecular Ecology 8 (5), 791-802, 1999
1891999
DNA “fingerprints” reveal genotypic distributions in natural populations of blackberries and raspberries (Rubus, Rosaceae)
H Nybom, BA Schaal
American Journal of Botany 77 (7), 883-888, 1990
1661990
Phylogenetic relationships and differentiation among and within populations of Chaenomeles Lindl. (Rosaceae) estimated with RAPDs and isozymes
IV Bartish, LP Garkava, K Rumpunen, H Nybom
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 101, 554-563, 2000
1642000
Genetic variation detected by use of the M13 “DNA fingerprint” probe in Malus, Prunus, and Rubus (Rosaceae)
H Nybom, SH Rogstad, BA Schaal
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79, 153-156, 1990
1541990
Microsatellite DNA marker inheritance indicates preferential pairing between two highly homologous genomes in polyploid and hemisexual dog-roses, Rosa L. Sect. Caninae DC.
H Nybom, GD Esselink, G Werlemark, B Vosman
Heredity 92 (3), 139-150, 2004
1482004
Phylogeny of Hippophae (Elaeagnaceae) inferred from parsimony analysis of chloroplast DNA and morphology
IV Bartish, N Jeppsson, H Nybom, U Swenson
Systematic Botany 27 (1), 41-54, 2002
1472002
DNA “fingerprints” applied to paternity analysis in apples (Malus x domestica)
H Nybom, BA Schaal
Theoretical and Applied Genetics 79, 763-768, 1990
1361990
Analysis of the genetic diversity and structure across a wide range of germplasm reveals prominent gene flow in apple at the European level
J Urrestarazu, C Denancé, E Ravon, A Guyader, R Guisnel, L Feugey, ...
BMC plant biology 16, 1-20, 2016
1292016
DNA isolation and purification
K Weishing, H Nybom, K Wolff, W Meyer
DNA fingerprinting in plants and fungi 2, 1995
1231995
Distinction between wild and cultivated enset (Ensete ventricosum) gene pools in Ethiopia using RAPD markers
G Birmeta, H Nybom, E Bekele
Hereditas 140 (2), 139-148, 2004
1212004
Genetic diversity in watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) landraces from Zimbabwe revealed by RAPD and SSR markers
C Mujaju, J Sehic, G Werlemark, L Garkava‐Gustavsson, M Fatih, ...
Hereditas 147 (4), 142-153, 2010
1162010
Molecular characterisation of indigenous Swedish apple cultivars based on SSR and S‐allele analysis
L Garkava‐Gustavsson, A Kolodinska Brantestam, J Sehic, H Nybom
Hereditas 145 (3), 99-112, 2008
1162008
Effects of Plantago major L. leaf extracts on oral epithelial cells in a scratch assay
M Zubair, A Ekholm, H Nybom, S Renvert, C Widen, K Rumpunen
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 141 (3), 825-830, 2012
1152012
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