このエントリーをはてなブックマークに追加
ID 52271
FullText URL
Author
Chen, Guoxiong
Komatsudu, Takao
Pourkheirandish, Mohammad
Sameri, Mohammad
Krugman, Tamar
Fahima, Tzion
Korol, Abraham B.
Nevo, Eviatar
Abstract
Segregation analysis showed that eibi1, a drought hypersensitive Cuticle wild barley mutant, was monogenic and recessive, and mapped in two F, Populations, one made from a cross between the mutant and a Cultivated barley (cv. Morex), and the other between the mutant and another wild barley. A microsatellite marker screen showed that the gene was located oil barley chromosome 3H, and a set of markers already assigned to this chromosome, including both microsatellites and ESTs, was used to construct a genetic map. eibi1 co-segregated with barley EST AV918546, and was located to bin 6. The synteny between barley and rice ill this region is incomplete, with a large discrepancy in map distances, and the presence Of Multiple inversions.
Keywords
wild barley
Hordeum spontaneum
eibi1 mutant
genetic mapping
rice
synteny
Published Date
2009-03
Publication Title
Breeding Science
Volume
volume59
Issue
issue1
Start Page
21
End Page
26
ISSN
1344-7610
Content Type
Journal Article
language
英語
Copyright Holders
Copyright © 2009 by JAPANESE SOCIETY OF BREEDING
File Version
publisher
Refereed
True
DOI
Web of Sience KeyUT