Phylogenetic Relationship of Lilies (Lilium) Analyzed based on trnH-psbA Barcode Technology
1 College of Landscape, Beijing University of Agriculture, 102206, Beijing, China
2 Beijing laboratory of Urban and rural ecological environment, 102206, Beijing, China
3 Beijing Engineering Research Center of rural landscape planning and design, 102206, Beijing, China
4 College of Foerstry and Horticulture, Beijing University of Agriculture, 102206, Beijing, China
Molecular Plant Breeding, 2016, Vol. 7, No. 27 doi: 10.5376/mpb.2016.07.0027
Received: 04 Jun., 2016 Accepted: 10 Jun., 2016 Published: 24 Jun., 2016
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Cui J.T., Yang X.Z., Zhang K.Z., and Jia Y.H., 2016, Phylogenetic Relationship of Lilies (Lilium) Analyzed based on trnH-psbA Barcode Technology, Molecular Plant Breeding, 7(27): 1-9 (doi: 10.5376/mpb.2016.07.0027)
Phylogenetic relationship of lilium plants was studied by means of trnH-psbA DNA barcode technique. The result demonstrated that trnH-psbA sequence length varied in different lilium plants. The entire length of trnH-psbA sequence was 460 bp after multiple alignments. The number of conserved sites was 415 and that of variable sites was 45. A total of 63 tested materials were clustered into five groups. Lilium davidii, 7 Asiatic cultivars, one cross progeny between Asiatic cultivar and wild parental species, were clustered into one subgroup (the Ⅰa subgroups). Lilium speciosum var. gloriosoides, 10 Oriental cultivars and 2 intra-section Archelirion cross progenes were gathered into one subgroup (the Ⅰb subgroup ). Majority of the tested wild species were clustered into the Ⅱ group which showed the characteristics of intra-species and geography. To some extent, the phylogenetic relationship of wild lilies in Ⅱ group via trnH-psbA barcode was inconsistent with the result obtained from traditional morphological classification method. The other 4 Asiatic cultivars and one cross progeny between one Asiatic cultivar and wild parental species were clustered into the Ⅲ group. Therefore, the Asiatic cultivars in Ⅰb subgroup and those in the Ⅲ group were originated from different lilies in the section Sinomartagon.
Lilium brownie; Phylogenetic relationship; trnH-psbA barcode