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wild

1. (of animals) living independently of man; not domesticated or tame
2. (of plants) growing in a natural state; not cultivated
3. living in a savage or uncivilized way
4. (of a card, such as a joker or deuce in some games) able to be given any value the holder pleases
5. a desolate, uncultivated, or uninhabited region
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AFLP; RAPD (weedy and wild) Hagenia abyssinica ISSR Highland maize AFLP Linseed AFLP Mustard AFLP potato SSR Sorghum AFLP, SSR, RAPD, ISSR Sweet sorghum SSR Tef RFLP, AFLP, SSR, ISSR, EST-SSR, SNP Wheat (tetraploid) SSR, EST-SSR Wild Sorghum RAPD, ISSR Yam AFLP Crops/plants Reference African wild rice Melaku et al., 2013 Anchote Bekele et al, 2014 Barley Demisse et al., 1998 Brassica carinata Teklewold and Becker, 2006 Coffee Tesfaye et al., 2007 Coffee Aga et al., 2003, Aga et al., 2005, (cultivated, forest) Silvestrini et al, 2007.
--extract of aqueous mixture of wild sorghum shoot + underground organs
Although relatively fewer striga near the roots of PQ-434 germinated compared with weed seed near the roots of the checks or in agar with no sorghum after ethylene treatment, that some germination did occur suggests that whatever inhibition this wild sorghum has on striga germination is incomplete.
However, in some striga-resistant sorghum cultivars and wild sorghum genotypes, necrotic areas appeared at striga attachment sites on the root (Fig.
Patterns of allozyme variation in cultivated and wild Sorghum bicolor.
Although the ancient sorghum remains look much like modern wild sorghum, the chemical makeup of fats encased in the carbonized seeds more closely resembles that of modern domestic sorghum, the scientists contend.
Pattern of allozymes variation in cultivated and wild sorghum bicolor.