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GrainGenes Gene Report: Sr2 (Triticum)

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Gene
Sr2 (Triticum)  [ Marker Report ]
Gene Class
Reaction to Puccinia graminis Pers.
Pathology
Stem Rust
Locus
Sr2
Reference
ReferenceLodhi S et al. (2019) Identification of recombinants carrying stripe rust resistance gene Yr57 and adult plant stem rust resistance gene Sr2 through marker-assisted selection. Plant Breeding 138:148-153.
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URL
Protocol for Sr2 at MASwheat
Gene record in the Catalog of Gene Symbols for Wheat (Komugi)
QTL
QTL1428_3B-Haile_et_al._2012a
Chromosome
3B
ReferenceHare RA and McIntosh RA (1979) Genetic and cytogenetic studies of durable adult-plant resistances in 'Hope' and related cultivars to wheat rusts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 83:350-367.
Chromosome Arm
3BS
ReferenceHare RA and McIntosh RA (1979) Genetic and cytogenetic studies of durable adult-plant resistances in 'Hope' and related cultivars to wheat rusts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 83:350-367.
Germplasm
Hexaploid stockHOPPS
ReferenceHare RA and McIntosh RA (1979) Genetic and cytogenetic studies of durable adult-plant resistances in 'Hope' and related cultivars to wheat rusts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 83:350-367.
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Comment
Adult plant response. Recessive allele. This gene is associated with pseudo-black chaff and occurs very frequently in commercial wheats.
Hexaploid stocks: see also 346 and 1040.
Clone
Sr2_ger9 3p
Wheat Gene Catalog Reference
1040
ReferenceSunderwirth SD and Roelfs AP (1980) Greenhouse evaluation of the adult plant resistance of Sr2 to wheat stem rust. Phytopathology 70:634-637.
346
ReferenceHare RA and McIntosh RA (1979) Genetic and cytogenetic studies of durable adult-plant resistances in 'Hope' and related cultivars to wheat rusts. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenzuchtung 83:350-367.
Info Source
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1995) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat. Proceedings of the 8th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1333-1500.
Data Curator
Hart, Gary E.95.08.24

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