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Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire

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Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire. / Powell, N. M.; Lewis, C. M.; Berry, S. T.; MacCormack, R.; Boyd, L. A.

In: TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Vol. 126, No. 6, 06.2013, p. 1599-1612.

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Powell, NM, Lewis, CM, Berry, ST, MacCormack, R & Boyd, LA 2013, 'Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire', TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol. 126, no. 6, pp. 1599-1612. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00122-013-2077-x

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Powell, N. M., Lewis, C. M., Berry, S. T., MacCormack, R., & Boyd, L. A. (2013). Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire. TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 126(6), 1599-1612. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00122-013-2077-x

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Powell, N. M. ; Lewis, C. M. ; Berry, S. T. ; MacCormack, R. ; Boyd, L. A. / Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire. In: TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2013 ; Vol. 126, No. 6. pp. 1599-1612.

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@article{a2f0cf3014504e2a9c0647c8c5d56795,
title = "Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire",
abstract = "Stripe rust resistance in the winter wheat cultivar Claire had remained effective in the UK and Europe since its release in 1999 and consequently has been used extensively in wheat breeding programs. However, in 2012, reports indicated that this valuable resistance may now have been compromised. To characterise stripe rust resistance in Claire and determine which genes may still confer effective resistance a cross was made between Claire and the stripe rust susceptible cultivar Lemhi. A genetic linkage map, constructed using SSR, AFLP, DArT and NBS-AFLP markers had a total map length of 1,730 cM. To improve the definition of two quantitative trait loci (QTL) identified on the long arm of chromosome 2D further markers were developed from wheat EST. Stripe rust resistance was evaluated on adult plants under field and glasshouse conditions by measuring the extent of fungal growth and sporulation, percentage infection (Pi) and the necrotic/chlorotic responses of the plant to infection, infection type (IT). Four QTL contributing to stripe rust adult plant resistance (APR) were identified in Claire, QYr.niab-2D.1, QYr.niab-2D.2, QYr.niab-2B and QYr.niab-7B. For Pi QYr.niab-2D.1 explained up to 25.4 % of the phenotypic variation, QYr.niab-2D.2 up to 28.7 %, QYr.niab-2B up to 21.7 % and QYr.niab-7B up to 13.0 %. For IT the percentages of phenotypic variation explained were 23.4, 31.8, 17.2 and 12.6 %, respectively. In addition to the four QTL conferring APR in Claire, a race-specific, seedling expressed resistance gene was identified on chromosome 3B.",
keywords = "ADULT-PLANT RESISTANCE, QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI, BREAD WHEAT, YELLOW-RUST, STEM-RUST, MICROSATELLITE MARKERS, DISEASE RESISTANCE, LEAF RUST, D-GENOME, NONSUPPRESSOR MUTATION",
author = "Powell, {N. M.} and Lewis, {C. M.} and Berry, {S. T.} and R. MacCormack and Boyd, {L. A.}",
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journal = "TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics",
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T1 - Stripe rust resistance genes in the UK winter wheat cultivar Claire

AU - Powell, N. M.

AU - Lewis, C. M.

AU - Berry, S. T.

AU - MacCormack, R.

AU - Boyd, L. A.

PY - 2013/6

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N2 - Stripe rust resistance in the winter wheat cultivar Claire had remained effective in the UK and Europe since its release in 1999 and consequently has been used extensively in wheat breeding programs. However, in 2012, reports indicated that this valuable resistance may now have been compromised. To characterise stripe rust resistance in Claire and determine which genes may still confer effective resistance a cross was made between Claire and the stripe rust susceptible cultivar Lemhi. A genetic linkage map, constructed using SSR, AFLP, DArT and NBS-AFLP markers had a total map length of 1,730 cM. To improve the definition of two quantitative trait loci (QTL) identified on the long arm of chromosome 2D further markers were developed from wheat EST. Stripe rust resistance was evaluated on adult plants under field and glasshouse conditions by measuring the extent of fungal growth and sporulation, percentage infection (Pi) and the necrotic/chlorotic responses of the plant to infection, infection type (IT). Four QTL contributing to stripe rust adult plant resistance (APR) were identified in Claire, QYr.niab-2D.1, QYr.niab-2D.2, QYr.niab-2B and QYr.niab-7B. For Pi QYr.niab-2D.1 explained up to 25.4 % of the phenotypic variation, QYr.niab-2D.2 up to 28.7 %, QYr.niab-2B up to 21.7 % and QYr.niab-7B up to 13.0 %. For IT the percentages of phenotypic variation explained were 23.4, 31.8, 17.2 and 12.6 %, respectively. In addition to the four QTL conferring APR in Claire, a race-specific, seedling expressed resistance gene was identified on chromosome 3B.

AB - Stripe rust resistance in the winter wheat cultivar Claire had remained effective in the UK and Europe since its release in 1999 and consequently has been used extensively in wheat breeding programs. However, in 2012, reports indicated that this valuable resistance may now have been compromised. To characterise stripe rust resistance in Claire and determine which genes may still confer effective resistance a cross was made between Claire and the stripe rust susceptible cultivar Lemhi. A genetic linkage map, constructed using SSR, AFLP, DArT and NBS-AFLP markers had a total map length of 1,730 cM. To improve the definition of two quantitative trait loci (QTL) identified on the long arm of chromosome 2D further markers were developed from wheat EST. Stripe rust resistance was evaluated on adult plants under field and glasshouse conditions by measuring the extent of fungal growth and sporulation, percentage infection (Pi) and the necrotic/chlorotic responses of the plant to infection, infection type (IT). Four QTL contributing to stripe rust adult plant resistance (APR) were identified in Claire, QYr.niab-2D.1, QYr.niab-2D.2, QYr.niab-2B and QYr.niab-7B. For Pi QYr.niab-2D.1 explained up to 25.4 % of the phenotypic variation, QYr.niab-2D.2 up to 28.7 %, QYr.niab-2B up to 21.7 % and QYr.niab-7B up to 13.0 %. For IT the percentages of phenotypic variation explained were 23.4, 31.8, 17.2 and 12.6 %, respectively. In addition to the four QTL conferring APR in Claire, a race-specific, seedling expressed resistance gene was identified on chromosome 3B.

KW - ADULT-PLANT RESISTANCE

KW - QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI

KW - BREAD WHEAT

KW - YELLOW-RUST

KW - STEM-RUST

KW - MICROSATELLITE MARKERS

KW - DISEASE RESISTANCE

KW - LEAF RUST

KW - D-GENOME

KW - NONSUPPRESSOR MUTATION

U2 - 10.1007/s00122-013-2077-x

DO - 10.1007/s00122-013-2077-x

M3 - Article

VL - 126

SP - 1599

EP - 1612

JO - TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics

JF - TAG: Theoretical and Applied Genetics

SN - 0040-5752

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ER -