INFIVE   05416
INSTITUTO DE FISIOLOGIA VEGETAL
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Mapping resistance genes conferring tolerance to RWA (Diuraphis noxia) in barley (Hordeum vulgare).
Autor/es:
TOCHO ERICA; RICCI MÓNICA; TACALITI MARÍA SILVIA; GIMÉNEZ DANIEL; ACEVEDO ALBERTO; LOHWASSER U.; BÖRNER ANDREAS; CASTRO ANA MARÍA
Revista:
EUPHYTICA
Editorial:
SPRINGER
Referencias:
Lugar: Droschder; Año: 2012
ISSN:
0014-2336
Resumen:
The Russian wheat aphid (RWA) is one of the most aggressive pests of barley and wheat. The outbreak of RWA occurred in Argentina in 2008 caused serious damage to barley cultivars. The most effective and sustainable method of RWA control is to identify new resistance genes. The purpose of the current research was to map RWA resistance genes in a set of double haploid (DH) lines of the Oregon- Wolfe Barley (OWB) mapping population derived from the cross between OWBDOM and OWBREC. The DH and both parental lines were screened for antixenosis, tolerance and antibiosis to RWA. There was significant variation among the DH lines in most of the traits studied. However, only tolerance resulted in significant quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with the molecular markers. Two main QTLs were identified. These explained 90 and 79 % of the variability of foliar area and chlorophyll content, respectively, of infested and control plants. The initial and final foliar area and the variation in foliar area were associated with the same molecular markers on chromosome 2H (BmAc0125, Vrs1, BmAc0144f and DH and both parental lines were screened for antixenosis, tolerance and antibiosis to RWA. There was significant variation among the DH lines in most of the traits studied. However, only tolerance resulted in significant quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with the molecular markers. Two main QTLs were identified. These explained 90 and 79 % of the variability of foliar area and chlorophyll content, respectively, of infested and control plants. The initial and final foliar area and the variation in foliar area were associated with the same molecular markers on chromosome 2H (BmAc0125, Vrs1, BmAc0144f and DOM and OWBREC. The DH and both parental lines were screened for antixenosis, tolerance and antibiosis to RWA. There was significant variation among the DH lines in most of the traits studied. However, only tolerance resulted in significant quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with the molecular markers. Two main QTLs were identified. These explained 90 and 79 % of the variability of foliar area and chlorophyll content, respectively, of infested and control plants. The initial and final foliar area and the variation in foliar area were associated with the same molecular markers on chromosome 2H (BmAc0125, Vrs1, BmAc0144f andBmAc0125, Vrs1, BmAc0144f and BmAg0113e). The positive alleles were provided by OWBDOM. The content of chlorophyll was associated with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. OWBDOM. The content of chlorophyll was associated with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. ). The positive alleles were provided by OWBDOM. The content of chlorophyll was associated with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. DOM. The content of chlorophyll was associated with the marker loci WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. WMC1E8, MWG912, ABC261, MWG2028 and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. and Blp on chromosome 1H, with the positive alleles provided by OWBREC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. REC. Both parents contributed to different tolerance traits, with foliar area and chlorophyll content remaining as the plant traits most affected by aphid feeding. The QTLs found in this population are new RWA resistance loci. A sequence homology search was performed to derive the putative function of the genes linked to the QTLs. Keywords Molecular markers RWA Barley Tolerance Candidate genes Quantitative trait locus Tolerance Candidate genes Quantitative trait locus Molecular markers RWA Barley Tolerance Candidate genes Quantitative trait locus Candidate genes Quantitative trait locus
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