By Prasanta K. Subudhi, Takuji Sasaki, Gurdev S. Khush (auth.), Chittaranjan Kole (eds.)
Genome Mapping and Molecular Breeding in Plants offers the present prestige of the elucidation and development of plant genomes of financial curiosity. the point of interest is on genetic and actual mapping, positioning, cloning, tracking of fascinating genes via molecular breeding and the latest advances in genomics. The sequence contains seven volumes: Cereals and Millets; Oilseeds; Pulses, Sugar and Tuber vegetation; culmination and Nuts; greens; Technical plants; and wooded area Trees.
Cereals and millets shape the top crew of box plants, delivering staple nutrition for many of the earth’s inhabitants. This quantity, with contributions through 27 eminent scientists, comprises chapters on rice, wheat, maize, barley, oats, rye, sorghum, pearl millet, foxtail millet and finger millet. The emphasis is on complex learn at the significant vegetation, together with the version vegetation maize and rice, in addition to on destiny street maps of genomic learn for the less-often thought of yet both deserving cereals and millets.
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The Asominori allele at the 6S QTL was essential for the ovicidal response to BPH, and the Asominori allele at the 1L QTL could increase the EM of BPH in the presence of the Asominori allele at the 6S QTL. Two RFLP loci, R1954 linked to 6S QTL and C112 linked to 1L QTL, can be used for MAS. Using F3 families from a B5 × Minghui 63 cross, Huang et al. 3% of the phenotypic variation and are different from at least nine of the ten previously identiﬁed BPH resistance genes. Xu et al. (2002b) mapped seven main-effect QTLs and many epistatic QTL pairs onto 12 rice chromosomes in an RIL population from the Lemont × Teqing cross.
1999 Tan et al. 2004 Tan et al. 2004 ARC11554 Ptb8 DV85 Norin PL-6 DV85 Norin PL-6 IR24 Norin PL2 RZ262 OPA19320 XNpb144 Grlp11/Grh2 Grh1 Mudgo Chromo- Reference some 12L Hirabayashi and Ogawa 1995; Sharma et al. 2003 12 12 9 12L 4 – 3 G1465 11 C309 R566 5 5 Padmavathi et al. (2001) mapped a gene glhIb1 of Ptb8 conferring resistance to the Indian biotype of green leafhopper using RAPD markers. The resistance locus was closely linked with three QTLs controlling total tiller number, effective tiller number, and 100grain weight.
Khush Chapter 1 Rice leaf drying, and relative water content, it is evident that there is consistency of several QTLs across genotypes, screening environments, and years (Pathan et al. 2004). Of the 18 QTLs for drought avoidance at seedling, early vegetative, and late vegetative stages in the ﬁeld (Champoux et al. 1995), ﬁve were consistently identiﬁed during three different growth stages and four across at least two growth stages. Courtois et al. (2000) detected 11 QTLs for leaf rolling, 10 for leaf drying, and 11 for RWC.
Cereals and Millets by Prasanta K. Subudhi, Takuji Sasaki, Gurdev S. Khush (auth.), Chittaranjan Kole (eds.)