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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

List of DNA barcoding technology applied to discriminate between Angelica L. species

Species Markers Major results Reference
A. decursiva, Peucedanum decursivum, P. praeruptorum, Anthricus sylvestris SCAR marker in ITS region ITS and SCAR marker for the discrimination between the four listed species of Angelica L. plants. Choo et al. 2009

Angelica sinensis ITS marker ITS marker for the authentication of A. sinensis samples collected from markets. Feng et al. 2010

A. anomala, A. dahurica matK, ITS1, ITS2, rbcL, psbA-trnH Identified several SNPs within ITS1 and ITS2 regions for PCR amplification. No SNPs were identified within matK, rbcL, or psbA-trnH fragments. He et al. 2012

A. sinensis rbcL, matK, trnH-psbA, ITS Identified powerful SNP markers within ITS region of 46 samples of A. sinensis collected in China. Of particular note, this method was able to differentiate using DNA purified from decotion samples. Yuan et al. 2015

A. biserrata ITS2, multiplex-SCAR marker Discriminated Aralia continentalis Kitag from Angelica biserrata C.Q. Yuan and R.H. Shan. Kim et al. 2016

A. decursiva ITS marker Discriminated the adulterant of Qianhu (Peucedanum praeruptorum) in Angelica decursiva samples collected from markets. These plants are often misidentified or mixed. Han et al. 2017

A. polymorpha LYCE indel marker Developed an indel marker that is able to discriminate A. polymorpha from L. officinale using whole genome analyses of chloroplast. Park et al. 2019
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