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TAG-87-616
Title
Genetic studies of self-fertility in rye (Secale cereale L.). I. The identification of genotypes of self-fertile lines for the Sf alleles of self-incompatibility genes
Journal
Theoretical and Applied Genetics
Year
1993
Volume
87
Pages
616-618
Author
Voylokov A
Fuong F
Smirnov V
Abstract
Segregation for self-fertility has been studied in progenies from the crosses of self-sterile (SS) plants with interline hybrids obtained by a diallel scheme of pollinations between seven self-fertile (SF) lines (nos 2-8) and with F1 (SS plant X SF line) hybrids All the offspring families from the SS plant X F1 (SS plant X SF line) crosses demonstrated a 1SF:1SS segregation The crosses of SS plants with some interline hybrids gave only self-fertile plants, whereas the crosses with other interline hybrids gave a segregation of 3SF:1SS expected in the case of digenic segregation The data obtained permitted us to identify three different S loci (S1, S2, S5) and to estimate the genotypes of self-fertile lines for their Sf alleles: lines 5,6,7 and 8 are S1f/S1f S2n/S2n S5m/S5m, line 4 is S1n/S1n S2f/S2f S5m/S5m, and lines 2 and 3 are S1n/S1n S2m/S2m S5f/S5f (Sn, Sm designate active alleles of the incompatibility genes) The identification of the particular S gene which is presented by the Sf allele in each line has been made on the basis of our data concerning the linkage of the Sf mutation with isozyme markers of particular rye chromosomes, which is reported in an accompanying paper.
Keyword
alleles
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