Additional oat SSR and STS markers and/or loci
A) Holland, J. B., Helland, S. J., Sharopova, N., and Rhyne, D. C. 2001. Polymorphism of PCR-based markers targeting exons, introns, promoter regions, and SSRs in maize and introns and repeat sequences in oat. Genome 44:1065-1076.
9 cDNA-SSR markers with polymorphism among 24 oat lines (22 A. sativa + 2 A. strigosa); only one length polymorphism, 8 of 9 presence/absence; primer pairs and no. of unique banding patterns listed in Table 5, gene source in Table 2, no Tms given, no mapping info
7 STS (Intron) markers with polymorphism among 24 oat lines (22 A. sativa + 2 A. strigosa); primer pairs and no. of unique banding patterns listed in Table 5, gene source in Table 2; no Tms; no mapping info
B) Jannink, J.-L. and Gardner, S.W. 2005. Expanding the pool of PCR-based markers for oat. Crop Sci. 45:2383-2387.
32 Avena sequence-derived SSRs; 10/32 polymorphic among 4 cultivars; Tms 60+/-1; GenBank accession #, gene source, primer sequence, amplicon number and amplicon size in Table 1; 7 mapped in a restricted OxT population (Table 2)
8 AM SSRs including 1 new AM SSR (AM134 - primer sequence, amplicon number and size in Table 1) mapped to 11 loci in restricted OxT population (Table 2)
C) Zhu, S., and Kaeppler, H. F. 2003. A genetic linkage map for hexaploid, cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.) based on an intraspecific cross 'Ogle/MAM17-5'. Theor.Appl.Genet. 107:26-35.
2 oat-derived SSRs (Wisc48 and Wisc115) developed; these two, four AM SSRs, and a barley SSR (hvm67) mapped in Ogle/MAM17-5. Note: Barley HVM67 probe with primer sequences in GrainGenes but not cross referenced to oat loci hvm67a and hvm67b.
D) Wight, C. P., O'Donoughue, L. S., Chong, J., Tinker, N. A., and Molnar, S. J. 2004. Discovery, localization, and sequence characterization of molecular markers for the crown rust resistance genes Pc38, Pc39, and Pc48 in cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.). Mol.Breeding 14:349-361.
1 STS marker, cdo113s, associated with crown rust resistance gene Pc38 but is not synonymous with RFLP locus cdo113; cdo113a is in GrainGenes as a mapped marker in the MxN map but the primer pairs for the probe CDO113s (as given in Larson et al. Theor. Appl. Genet. 93:618-625) are not in GrainGenes that I could find.
E) De Koeyer, D. L., Tinker, N. A., Wight, C. P., Deyl, J., Burrows, V. D., O'Donoughue, L. S., Lybaert, A., Molnar, S. J., Armstrong, K. C., Fedak, G., Wesenberg, D. M., Rossnagel, B. G., and McElroy, A. R. 2004. A molecular linkage map with associated QTLs from a hulless x covered spring oat population. Theor.Appl.Genet. 108:1285-1298.
1 STS marker, sb978, mapped in Terra x Marion population
F) Chong, J., Reimer, E., Somers, D., Aung, T., and Penner, G. A. 2004. Development of sequence-characterized amplified region (SCAR) markers for resistance gene Pc94 to crown rust in oat. Can.J.Plant.Pathol. 26:89-96.
2 STS markers developed from AFLP fragments and associated with crown rust resistance gene Pc94.
G) Yu, J., Herrmann, M. 2006. Inheritance and mapping of a powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed from Avena macrostachya in cultivated oat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 113:429-437.
1 SSR marker (AM102) and 4 developed AFLP-derived STS markers linked to a powdery mildew resistance gene introgressed from A. macrostacya into cultivated oat.