TITLE

Molecular mapping of genes determining hairy leaf character in common wheat with respect to other species of the Triticeae

AUTHOR(S)
Dobrovolskaya, O.; Pshenichnikova, T.; Arbuzova, V.; Lohwasser, U.; R�der, M.; B�rner, A.
PUB. DATE
May 2007
SOURCE
Euphytica;May2007, Vol. 155 Issue 3, p285
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Two major genes controlling leaf pubescence were mapped on chromosomes 4BL ( Hl1) and 7BS ( Hl2 Aesp ) in wheat (Saratovskaya 29) and a wheat/ Aegilops introgression line (102/00I), respectively, together with quantitative trait loci (QTLs) determining hairiness of the leaf margin ( QHl.ipk-4B, QHl.ipk-4D) and auricle ( QPa.ipk-4B, QPa.ipk-4D) on the long arms of chromosomes 4B and 4D, respectively. The QTLs on chromosome 4D were contributed by a synthetic wheat and, therefore, originated from Aegilops tauschii. The homoeologous group 4 wheat/ A. tauschii genes/QTLs detected in the present study were aligned with the barley pubescence genes Hln/ Hsh and Hs b and the hairy peduncle rye gene Hp1. The locus seems to be pleiotropically responsible for the pubescence of different plant organs in different species of the Triticeae. Another homoeologous series may be present on the short arms of the homoeologous group 7 chromosomes, based on the results of an allelic test cross between the Chinese local cultivar Hong-mang-mai carrying Hl2 and the wheat/ Aegilops speltoides introgression line 102/00I.
ACCESSION #
24783293

 

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