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Hanci F., Gökçe A.F. (2016): Molecular characterization of Turkish onion germplasm using SSR markers. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed., 52: 71-76. In this study, molecular markers were used for the first time to study the genetic diversity of Turkish onion (Allium cepa L.) accessions. We used 83 turkish landraces, 3 breeding lines and 10 commercial varieties, in total 96 accessions, to study the genetic diversity. Bulked samples of 10 seeds were used to generate a representative profile of thedoi:10.17221/162/2015-cjgpb fatcat:lqs2hro67rbjfggfqiypz5kui4