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GrainGenes Allele Report: Wx-D1b (Triticum)

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Allele
Wx-D1b (Triticum)
Reference
ReferenceNakamura T et al. (2002) Rapid classification of partial waxy mutants using PCR-based markers. Genome 45:1150-1156.
ReferenceShariflou MR et al. (2001) A PCR-based DNA marker for detection of mutant and normal alleles of the Wx-D1 gene of wheat Plant Breeding 120:121-124.
ReferenceShariflou MR and Sharp PJ (1999) A polymorphic microsatellite in the 3 ' end of 'waxy' genes of wheat, Triticum aestivum. Plant Breeding 118:275-277.
ReferenceYasui T et al. (1998) Waxy bread wheat mutants, K107Wx.1 and K107Wx2, have a new null allele on Wx-D1 locus. Breeding Science 48:405-407.
ReferenceYamamori M et al. (1994) Waxy protein deficiency and chromosomal location of coding genes in common wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89:178-184.
Gene Class
Starch synthase
Waxy proteins
Gene
Wx-D1 (Triticum)
Germplasm
CultivarBao Hua
ReferenceYamamori M et al. (1994) Waxy protein deficiency and chromosomal location of coding genes in common wheat. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 89:178-184.
Comment
Null allele
STS marker Xsun1-7D produces a distinct band of about 260bp (compared with the standard 840bp), indicative of a smaller PCR product, but the gene is non-functional (Shariflou et al.)
See allele record at Komugi for additional germplasm
URL
Allele record from the Catalog of Gene Symbols for Wheat at Komugi
Protocols at MASWheat: 1) Dominant PCR markers for the null alleles, 2) Codominant markers for the Wx-A1b and Wx-D1b null alleles, 3) Allelic variation of Wx-A1.

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