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Summary The genetic diversity and relationships between five Sudanese camels' types; Anaffi, Arabi, Rashidi, Bishari, and Kenanni were investigated. Genomic DNA was extracted from 128 camels representing the five types. A polymorphic DNA marker suitable for genome analysis and population genetic studies was employed. This marker was Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD). RAPD analysis was performed by PCR with one random primer to amplify the genomic DNA of the different camels' types. The primer resulted in amplification of 18 polymorphic bands in the five camels' types that ranged in size from 150 1700bp. The mean number of bands that were produced in the five types ranged from 5.3 to 6.9 in Anaffi and Kenanni types, respectively. The average value of bands sharing within a type ranged from 0.54 to 0.87 between Kenanni and Bishari individuals, respectively. The values of average bands sharing between these five types ranged from 0.212 0.359 between Anaffi- Kenanni, and Arabi Rashidi, respectively. The genetic distances estimated from RAPD data showed that the highest distance value was between Anaffi and Kennani (0.79), and the lowest one was that of Arabi and Rashidi (0.64).

 
 
   
 
 

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