Mohd. Azwan Jaafar

Mohd. Azwan Jaafar
Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) | mardi · Biotechnology Research Centre (BT)

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Mitragyna speciosa (Korth.) Havil. or locally known as ketum/daun sebiak/biakbiak belongs to Rubiaceae family and generally occurs in secondary forest or disturbed areas in tropical and subtropical region. This research enumerated the characterisation of Mitragyna speciosa leaf anatomy and micromorphology features which is still not well documented...
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Comprehensive morphological characterisation and evaluation of ketum (Mitragyna speciosa) Rubiaceae, diversity in Peninsular Malaysia.
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Mitragyna speciosa (Korth.) Havil. or locally known as ketum / daun sebiak / biak-biak belongs to Rubiaceae family and generally occurs in secondary forest or disturbed areas in tropical and subtropical region. This paper enumerated the characterisation of Mitragyna speciosa leaf anatomy and micromorphology features which is still not well document...
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This study aims to apply the commercial whole genome markers panel to determine the mixed breed of the current Katjang for assessing its breed composition.
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To expedite the Red Tilapia Breeding Program, we will apply Marker Assisted Selection Technology with the SNP marker that correlated to the high growth performance trait.
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Heterotrigona itama is a species of stingless bee recently domesticated (or reared) for honey production in a few Southeast Asian countries namely Malaysia and Indonesia. Being categorized in the clade Corbiculata together with the honeybees (Apis spp.) and bumble bees (Bombus spp.), the stingless bees are highly social in which the colony members...
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Understanding genetic diversity is a main key for crop improvement and genetic resource management. In this study, we aim to evaluate the genetic diversity of the released Malaysian rice varieties using single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers. A total of 46 released Malaysian rice varieties were genotyped using 1536 SNP markers to evaluate the...
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DNA barcoding (or DNA metabarcoding) is one of recent platforms to study species diversity and interestingly it can be applied to access complex botanical sources of pollen collected by pollinators. This approach is regarded as having better accuracy, comprehensiveness and species resolution in determining plant-pollinator relationship network comp...
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Cassava is widely cultivated as an annual crop for carbohydrates source in tropical and subtropical regions. It provides food security against famine due to its inherent tolerance to stressful environments. The present study aims to provide preliminary information on 13 polymorphic SSR markers to both researchers and breeders, as it is essentially...
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The Brown Planthopper (BPH), Nilaparvata lugens (Stal) is one of the most destructive phloem-feeding insect in rice and gave a serious threat to rice production in Asia. In present study, SSR markers that were tightly linked to Bph3 gene and SNP markers that were unlinked to Bph3 gene were used for foreground and background selection, respectively....

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