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Title: Bulked segregant analysis identifies molecular markers linked to Melampsora medusae resistance in Populus deltoides
Author: Tabor, G. M.; Kubisiak, Thomas L.; Klopfenstein, N. B.; Hall, R. B.; McNabb, Henry S. Jr.
Source: Phytopathology. 90: 1039-1042.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: In the north central United States, leaf rust caused by Melampsora medusae is a major disease problem on Populus deltoides. In this study we identified molecular markers linked to a M. medusae resistance locus (Lrd1) that was segregating 1:1 within an intraspecific P. deltoides family (C9425DD). Previous field results were contiied in the controlled environment of a growth chamber through an excised whole-leaf inoculation method. Using bulked segregant analysis we identified two random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers (OPG10340 and OPZ191800 that are linked to Lrd1. Based on segregation in a total of 116 progeny, the genetic distances between OPG10340 and OPZ191800 and the resistance locus were estimated as 2.6 and 7.4 Haldane centimorgans (cM), respectively. Multipoint linkage analyses strongly suggest the most likely order for these loci is Lrd1, OPG10340 and OPZ191800. These markers may prove to be instrumental in the eventual cloning of Lrd1, as well as for marker-assisted selection of leaf-rust resistant genotypes.
Keywords: intraspecific hybrids, polymerase chain reaction, resistance genes
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Tabor, G. M.; Kubisiak, Thomas L.; Klopfenstein, N. B.; Hall, R. B.; McNabb, Henry S., Jr. 2000. Bulked segregant analysis identifies molecular markers linked to Melampsora medusae resistance in Populus deltoides. Phytopathology. 90: 1039-1042.
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