Data from: Plum germplasm in Croatia and neighbouring countries assessed by microsatellites and DUS descriptors

Dunja Halapija Kazija, T. Jelačić, P. Vujević, B. Milinović, D. Čiček, A. Biško, I. Pejić, S. Šimon, M. Žulj Mihaljević, M. Pecina, D. Nikolić, J. Grahić, P. Drkenda & F. Gaši
At a certain period during the last century, former Yugoslavia (which among others used to include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia) was the biggest producer of plums in the world. Traditional plum cultivars, still grown in this region, represent a mixture of several species including: European plums (Prunus domestica L.), mirabelles (Prunus insititia var. syriaca (Borkh.) Koehne), and damsons (P. insititia L.). The basic problem with the utilization of this plum germplasm, either for...
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