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The objective of this work was to study genetic variability in accessions from the CEPLAC cacao germplasm collection, which constituted the parents of hybrids recommended by CEPLAC, to infer about the diversity of cacao plantations in Bahia. The 21 clones or accessions utilized were SIC, SIAL (local selections) groups and ICS, IMC, PA, SCA, TSA and UF groups (foreign selections). Molecular markers used were isozymes (MDH, IDH, and DIA enzyme systems) and RAPD (105 RAPD loci of 11 primers).doi:10.13082/1984-7033.v01n04a07 fatcat:ec32mxso5jgl5hgq57xqrtpnra