TITLE

Genetic Analysis and Molecular Mapping of a Novel Gene Conferring Resistance to Rice Stripe Virus

AUTHOR(S)
Feng Zhao; Zhijun Cai; Tiezhu Hu; Haigen Yao; Li Wang; Na Dong; Bin Wang; Zhengang Ru; Wenxue Zhai
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Plant Molecular Biology Reporter;Sep2010, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p512
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Rice stripe virus (RSV) is one of the most damaging diseases affecting rice in East Asia. Rice variety 502 is highly resistant to RSV, while variety 5112 is extremely susceptible. Field statistical data revealed that all “502 × 5112” F1 individuals were resistant to RSV and the ratio of resistant to susceptible plants was 3:1 in the F2 population and 1:1 in the BC1F1 population. These results indicated that a dominant gene, designated RSV1, controlled the resistance. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) analysis was subsequently carried out in an F2 population. Sixty SSR markers evenly distributed on the 12 rice chromosomes were screened and tested. Two markers, RM229 and RM206, showed linkage with RSV1. Based on this result, six SSR markers flanking RM229 and RM206 were further selected and tested. Results indicated that SSR markers RM457 and RM473E were linked to RSV1 with a genetic distance of 4.5 and 5.0 cM, respectively. All of the four SSR markers (RM229, RM473E, RM457 and RM206) linked to RSV1 were all located on chromosome 11, therefore RSV1 should be located on chromosome 11 also. In order to find some new markers more closely linked to the RSV1 gene, sequence-related amplified polymorphism (SRAP) analysis was performed. A total of 30 SRAP primer-pairs were analyzed, and one marker SR1 showed linkage with RSV1 at a genetic distance of 2.9 cM. Finally, RSV1 gene was mapped on chromosome 11 between SSR markers RM457 and SRAP marker SR1 with a genetic distance of 4.5 cM and 2.9 cM, respectively.
ACCESSION #
49024390

 

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