Wheat Gene Catalog - 1999 supplement.

VI. CATALOGUE OF GENE SYMBOLS FOR WHEAT: 2000 Supplement

R.A. McIntosh 1 , G.E. Hart 2 , K.M. Devos 3 and W.J. Rogers 4.

1 Plant Breeding Institute, The University of Sydney, 107 Cobbitty Rd., Cobbitty, N.S.W., Australia, 2570.
2 Department of Soil & Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA, 77843.
3 John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 7UH, UK.
4 Catedra de Genetica y Fitotecnia, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, 7300 Azul,
Argentina.

The most recent edition of the Catalog appeared in the Proceedings of the 9th International Wheat Genetics Symposium Vol. 5 (Slinkard AE ed, University Extension Press, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada). A modified version is displayed on the Graingenes Website grains@greengenes.cit.cornell.edu.

The 1999 Supplement is included in 1999 Annual Wheat Newsletter, Wheat Information Service, and is listed in the Graingenes Website. The present Supplement will be offered to editors/curators for similar listing.


2000 Supplement

Revisions.


10. Laboratory Designators for DNA markers

 cdc
 Gusta, L.V.
Crop Development Centre*
University of Saskatchewan
51 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 5A8
Canada
 ocs
 Kato, K.
Dept. of Crop Science
Obihiro* University of Agriculture and Science*Veterinary Medicine
Obihiro 080-8555
Japan
 csl
 Lagudah, E.S.*
Division of Plant Industry
CSIRO*, GPO Box 1600
Canberra ACT 2601
Australia
 pgh
 Shimosaka, E.
Laboratory of Plant Genecology*
Hokkaido* National Agricultural
Experiment Station
1, Hitsujigaoka, Toyohira-ku
Sapporo, 062-8555
Japan
 kvl  Collinge, D.B.
Section for Plant Pathology Dept. of Plant Biology
Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University*
Thorvaldsenvej 40
1871 Frederiksberg C
Denmark
 rgs
 (Rice etiolated shoot* clones)
Sasaki, T. (see rgc)
 msu
 Talbert, L.E.
Plant Sciences Department
Montana State University Bozeman, MT 59717
USA
 sun
 Sharp, PJ.
Plant Breeding Institute
University of Sydney
PMB 11, Camden NSW 2570
Australia


Morphological, Physiological, Molecular and DNA Traits

Gross Morphology: Spike characteristics

Following the first paragraph insert: More than 20 NILs involving genes affecting a range of traits are described in {0066}. These are not yet incorporated into the Catalogue.

Gross Morphology : Spike Characteristics
3. Sphaerococcum

Revision:
The naturally-occurring sphaerococcum gene in chromosome 3D and various mutant alleles conferring a similar phenotype form a homoeologous series. The sphaerococcoid alleles are either recessive or incompletely dominant. All three mapped loci are closely linked to the respective centromeres {0030}. The "a" alleles are allocated to Chinese Spring or "normal" wheats.

S-A1 {0029}. 3A {0056}. v: CS {0029}.
S-A1a {0029}. v: CS {0029}; common wheats {0029}.
S-A1b {0029}. S3 {0056}. v: MS 1453 {0056}.
ma: Xgwm2-3A(S) - 5.1 cM - S-A1 - 6.6 cM - Xgwm720-3A(L) {0030}.
S-B1 {0029}. 3B {0030}. v: CS {0029}.
S-B1a {0029}. v: CS {0029}; common wheats {0029}.
S-B1b {0029}. S2 {0030}. v: MSK 2452 {0056}; MSK 2454 {0056}.
ma: Xgwm685-3B(S) - 4.2 cM - S-B1 - 0.5 cM - Xgwm566/Xgwm845/cent {0030}.
S-D1 {0029}. 3D {1292,0030}; 3DS {1193,1194}; 3DL {692}. v: CS {0029}.
S-D1a {0029}. v: CS {0029}; common wheats {0029}.
S-D1b {0029}. s1 [sp1 {1286}]. i: S-615*11/T. sphaerococcum var. rotundatum {1500}.
s: CS*7/T. sphaerococcum rubiginosum 3D {1304}.
v: Sphaerococcum wheats {0029}.
S-D1c {0029}. S1 {0056}. v: MS 3287 {0056}.
ma: Xgdm72-3D(S) - 8.0 cM - S-D1 - 2.9 cM - Xgwm456-3D/cent {0030}.

Temporary designation
s2 [sp2 {1286}]. Partially dominant {1286} Sphaerococcum simulator {1286}.
Sphaerococcum-like tetraploid wheats were reported {122,475,1282,1286}, but comparisons between them, or with s2, were not made. Whereas Schmidt & Johnson {1281} reported a single recessive factor controlling the sphaerococcum character in tetraploid wheat, Joppa {621} using the same stock found that two recessive genes were necessary to produce this phenotype.

Ear length (new section under 'Spike characteristics')
QEl.ocs-5A.1 {0068}. 5AL {0068}. v: CS(T. spelta 5A)/CS(Cappelle-Desprez 5A) RI mapping population {0079}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd9 {0068}.

 

Awnedness
1. Dominant Inhibitors
1.1 Hooded
Hd. Add: 'ma: Xcdo1387-4A - 8.2 cM - Hd - 7.2 cM - Xpsr163 {0047}.'

Boron Tolerance
Bo3
. 4A {0012}.

Crossability with Rye, Hordeum and Aegilops spp.
1. Common wheat
Current section
2. Tetraploid wheat
The Chinese tetraploid, Ailanmai, possesses recessive crossability genes on chromosomes 1A, 6A, and 7A with the 6A gene being the least effective {0017}.



DNA Markers

Group 1S

Amendments:

  • Xcdo534-1B. Revise the last column to '(6A,B,D, 7A).'.
  • Xglk558-1D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr549-1A.2. Add '(5A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr908-1B. Add '(6D).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr1327-1D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr1327-1A [{0031}], 1D {410}.', add '[Xpsr1327b-1A {0031}].' in the second column and '(3B).' in the last column.
  • Xsfr1(Lrk10)-1A. Revise the first column to 'Xsfr2(Lrk10)-1A.', and add '(3B,D).' in the last column.
  • Xsfrp1(Lrk10)-1A. Revise the first column to 'Xsfrp2(Lrk10)-1A.'.

Add:

 Xcnl5-1A [{0059}].    AG10F/AG10R.  
 Xglk301-1B [{0031}].  [Xglk301a-1B {0031}].  pTag301.  (2D, 3D, 5D, 7A,B).
 Xglk317-1B [{0031}].  [Xglk317a-1B {0031}].  pTag317.  (3D, 4D, 5A, 6A).
 Xgwm264-1B.1 [{9929}1,{0003}^2^].  [Xgwm264-1B {9929}, Xgwm264c-1B {0003}].  WMS F264/ WMS R264.  (1B, 3B).
 Xgwm498-1A {0035}^2^.    WMS F498/WMS R498.  (1BL).
 Xgwm656-1A {0035}^2^.    WMS F656/WMS R656.  
 Xkvl901(Chs)-1B,D [{0091}].  [Chs-1B,D {0091}].  pBH72-O8 {0098}.  
 Xkvl902(Fmt)-1B,D [{0091].  [Fmt-1B,D {0091}].  pBH72-F1 {0099}.  
 Xpsr593-1B [{0031}].  [Xpsr593a-1B {0031}].  PSR593.  (2B, 4B, 7B).
 Xpsr642-1B {0031}.    PSR642.  
 Xpsr960-1B [{0031}].    PSR960.  
 Xsfr3(LRR)-1A,B [{0031}].  [CD9a,b-1A {0031}].  CD9.  
.

Group 1L

Amendments:

  • Xbcd265-1A,B,D. Add '(4A).' in the last column.
  • Xglk163-1B,D. Add '(2D, 4D, 5AS, 5BL).' in the last column.
  • Xglk558-1B. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm131-1B. Revise the first column to 'Xgwm131-1B.1 [{9929,0003}].', add '[Xgwm131-1B {9929}, Xgwm131a-1B {0003}].' in the second column, and add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm498-1B. Add '(1AS).' in the last column.
  • Xmwg710-1A,B,D. Add '(7BL).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr172(Lhcb1)-1A. Add '(2B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr549-1A.1. Add '(5A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr1327-1A. Add '(1AS, 3B).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xkvl903(Chi2)-1B [{0091}].  [Cht22-1B {0091}].  pBH72-N12 {0092}.  
 Xgwm131-1B.2 [{0003}].  [Xgwm131b-1B {0003}].  WMS F131/WMS R131.  (1B, 3B).
 Xgwm636-1B [{0003}].  [Xgwm636b-1B {0003}].  WMS F636/WMS R636.  (2A).
 Xpsr924-1A,B,D {0043}.    PSR924.  (2B).


Group 1

Amendments:

  • Xglk558-1D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xglk652-1D. Add '(3A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr386-1A. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xwg232-1A. Add '(5B,D).' in the last column.

Add:

Xgwm264-1B.2 [{0003}2].  [Xgwm264a-1B {0003}].  WMS F264/WMS R264  (1B, 3B).
 Xpsr967-1A,B {598}.    PSR967.  (4B, 5A, 6AS, 6BL).
 Xwpg501(Pdi)-1B {0064}.    pTAPDI501.  (4A,B,D).

Group 2S

Amendments:

  • Xbcd102-2D. Add '(6A).' in the last column.
  • Xcdo456-2A.1,A.2,D. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo456-2A.1,A.2 {1060}, 2B [{0074}], 2D {1060}.', add '[Xcdo456b-2B {0074}].' in the second column and add as a note 'The arm location of Xcdo456-2B was not reported in {0074}.'.
  • Xfbb40-2B. Revise the last column to '(6A,D).'.
  • Xgwm210-2D. Revise the first column to 'Xgwm210-2B {9929}, 2D {1225}.'.
  • Xgwm264-2B. Delete.
  • Xgwm636-2A. Add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr549-2B. Add '(5A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr566-2A,D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr566-2A {256}, 2B [{0031}], 2D {256}.' and add '[Xpsr566b-2B {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xpsr593-2B. Add '(1B).' in last column.
  • Xpsr908-2A,D. Add '(6D).' in the last column.


Add:

 Xcsu182(Sod)-2B [{0091}].  [Sod-2B {0091}].  CSU182.  
 Xglk197-2A {0031}1, 2B {9926}^4^.    pTag197.  (7B).
 Xglk222-2A {0031}, 2D {822}.    pTag222.  (5B,D).
 The arm location of Xglk222-2D was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk302-2B [{822, 0049}].  [Xglk302b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag302.  (4A,D).
 The arm location of Xglk302-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk398-2B.1,B.2 [{822,0049}].  [Xglk398a,b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag398.  (7A,B).
  The arm location of Xglk398-2B.1,B.2 was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk400-2B {822,0049}.    pTag400.  
  The arm location of Xglk400-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk407-2B {822,0049}.    pTag407.  (5A).
 The arm location of Xglk407-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk471-2B [{822,0049}].  [Xglk471b-2B {822,0049}.  pTag471.  
 Xglk546-2B.2 [{822,0049}].  [Xglk546f-2B {822,0049}.  pTag546.  (3B, 5A, 6B, 7A, 7B).
  The arm location of Xglk546-2B.2 was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk661-2B [{822,0049}].  [Xglk661c-2B {822,0049}.  pTag661.  (4A,B,D).
  The arm location of Xglk661-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk687-2B {822,0049}.    pTag687.  
  The arm location of Xglk687-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk703-2B {822,0049}.    pTag703.  
  The arm location of Xglk703-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk2002(Hst2a-1)-2A,B,D [{0049}].  [Hst2a-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  pwcH2A-4.  
 Xgwm71-2B [{0035}]^2^.  [Xgwm71a-2B {0035}.]  WMS F71/WMS R71.  (2AS, 2A, 3D).
 Xgwm122-2A {9929}^1^, {0035}^2^.    WMS F122/WMS R122.  (3B, 5A,B,D,
6AL, 6BS, 7D).
  The arm location of Xgwm122-2A was not reported in {9929}.
 Xgwm275-2A {9929}^1^,{0035}^2^.    WMS F275/WMS R275.  
  The arm location of Xgwm275-2A was not reported in {9929}.
 Xgwm448-2A {9929}^1^,{0035}^2^.    WMS F448/WMS R448.  
 The arm location of Xgwm448-2A was not reported in {9929}.
 Xgwm547-2B {0035}2.    WMS F547/WMS R547.  (3B).
 Xksu904(Per2)-2A,B [{0091}].  [Per2-2A,B {0091}].  pox22.3 {0093}.  
 Xpsr172(Lhcb1)-2B [{0031}].  [Xpsr172-2B {0031}.  PSR172.  (1A, 5A,B,D, 7A,B,D).
 Xpsr386-2A [{0031}].  [Xpsr386c-2A {0031}].  PSR386.  (1A, 3B, 5A, 7A).


Group 2L

Amendments:

  • Xfba111-2D. Revise the last column to '(6A,B,D).'.
  • Xglk554-2A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk554-2A [{822}]^1^,{154}^1^, 2B [{822,0049}^1^], 2D {9926}^4^.', revise the second column to '[Xglk554a-2A {822}, Xglk554c-2B {822,0049}].', and add '(3B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk558-2B,D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm265-2A. Add '(4A).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm356-2A. Add '(6A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr919-2A,B,D. Add '(3B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr934-2A,B,D. Add '(4A).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xbcd377-2A {0078}.    BCD377.  
 Xcdc2(Sod3)-2A,B,D [{0054}].    SOD3.1 & SOD3.2.  
 Xcnl6-2B [{0059}],{0060}.    AG24F/AG24R.  (7D).
 Xglk76-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}].  [Xglk76a-2A {822}, Xglk76b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag76  
The arm locations of Xglk76-2A,B were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk331-2B {822,0049}.    pTag331.  (4A).
The arm location of Xglk331-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk370-2B {822,0049}, 2D {1034}.    pTag370.  (4A).
The arm locations of Xglk370-2B,D were not reported in {822} and {1034}.
 Xglk529-2B [{822,0049}], 2D [{822}].  [Xglk529a-2B {822,0049}, Xglk529b-2D {822}].  pTag529.  
The arm locations of Xglk529-2B,D were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk539-2B {822,0049}.    pTag539.  
The arm location of Xglk539-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk592-2B {822,0049}.    pTag592.  
The arm location of Xglk592-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk600-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}].  [Xglk600a-2A {822}, Xglk600b-2B {822,0049}.]  pTag600.  (4A).
The arm locations of Xglkj600-2A,B were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk605-2B {822,0049}.    pTag605.  
The arm location of Xglk605-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk609-2B [{822,0049}], 2D [{822}].  [Xglk609b-2B {822,0049}, Xglk609a-2D {822}.]  pTag609.  (3A).
The arm locations of Xglk609-2B,D were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk618-2B {822,0049}.    pTag618.  
The arm location of Xglk618-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk632-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}], 2D {0031}.  [Xglk632a-2A {822}, Xglk632b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag632.  
The arm locations of Xglk632-2A,B were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk653-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}], 2D {1034}.  [Xglk653a-2A {822}, Xglk653b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag653.  
The arm locations of Xglk653-2A,B and Xglk653-2D were not reported in {822} and {1034}.
 Xglk664-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}], 2D {0031}.  [Xglk664a-2A {822}, Xglk664b-2B {822,0049}].  pTag664.  
The arm locations of Xglk664-2A,B were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk699-2B {822,0049}.    pTag699.  
The arm location of Xglk699-2B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk740-2A [{822}], 2B [{822,0049}].  [Xglk740b-2A {822}, Xglk740a-2B {822,0049}.]  pTag740.  
The arm locations of Xglk740-2A,B were not reported in {822}.
 Xgwm372-2A {0035}^2^.    WMS F372/WMS R372.  
 Xksu905(Wip)-2A [{0091}].  [Wip-2A {0091}].  5C05B11 {0094}.  
 Xkvl906(Cbp2)-2A [{0091}].  [Cbp2-2A {0091}].  pBH72-B8 {0092}.  (7B).
 Xksu908(Cbp1)-2B [{0091}].  [Cbp1-2B {0091}].  RRI 10 {0095}.  (6B).
 Xksu909(Chi1)-2B [{0091}].  [Cht1a-2B {0091}].  Chi-G11 {0096}.  (3A).
 Xksu910(Tha1)-2D [{0091}].  [Tha1-2D {0091}].  CR5 {0097}.  (4A, 6B, 7A,B,D).
 XksuF41-2A.1,.2 {0078}.    pTtksuF41.  (2B,D).
 Xmwg526-2A.1,.2 {0078}.    MWG526.  (3D).
 Xpsr924-2B {0031}.    PSR924.  (1A,B,D).
 Xpsr644-2B [{0031}].  [Xpsr644b-2B {0031}].  PSR644.  (5A).
 Xpsr1200-2A,B,D {0043}.    PSR1200.  (3A).
 Xwmc41-2D {0015}.    WMC 41F/WMC 41R {0080}.  


Group 2

Amendments:

  • Xglk76-2A,B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk163-2D. Add '(1B, 5AS, 5BL).' in the last column.
  • Xglk197-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk222-2D. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk278-2D. Revise the first column to 'Xglk278-2A.1,A.2,B [{0031}], 2D {9926}4.' and add '[Xglk278a,b-2A, Xglk278c-2B {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk293-2D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr293-2A [{0031}], 2D {822}.' and add '[Xpsr293b-2A {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk301-2D. Add '(1B, 7B)' in the last column.
  • Xglk302-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk331-2B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk370-2B,D. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk398-2B(1),(2). Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk400-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk407-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk471-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk529-2B,D. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk539-2B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk546-2B(1),(2). Revise the first column to 'Xglk546-2B.1 [{822}]' and add 'Xglk546-2B.2 was moved to 2S'.
  • Xglk554-2A,B,D. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk578-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk592-2B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk600-2A,B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk605-2B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk609-2B,D. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk610-2A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk610-2A {822}, 2B.1,B.2,D [{0031}].' and add '[Xglk610a,b-2B, Xglk610c-2D {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk618-2B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk632-2A,B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk653-2A,B,D. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk661-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk664-2A,B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xglk684-2A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk684-2A {822}, 2B [{0031}].' and add '[Xglk684b-2B {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk687-2B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk687-2A [{0031}], 2B {822}.' and add '[Xglk687a-2A {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk699-2B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk699-2A [{0031}], 2B {822}.' and add '[Xglk699b-2A {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk703-2B. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xglk740-2A,B. Delete (moved to 2L).
  • Xgwm122-2A. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xgwm210-2D. Delete (the 1999 amendments for this entry should have been made in the 2S group).
  • Xgwm275-2A. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xgwm448-2A. Delete (moved to 2S).
  • Xwg405-2D. Add '(6D).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xbcd18-2B.1,.2,.3 [{0074}].  [Xbcd18a,b,c-2B {0074}].  BCD18.  
 Xbcd907-2B {0074}.  [Xbcd907b-2B {0074}].  BCD907.  (3B,D, 7A).
 Xbcd1086-2B [{0074}].  [Xbcd1086b-2B {0074}].  BCD1086.  
 Xpsr129-2A [{0031}].  [Xpsr129a-2A {0031}].  PSR129.  (7A,B,D).
 Xpsr961-2B {0031}.    PSR961.  (1D, 7D).
 Xsfr4(NBS)-2A [{0031}].  [PL_AP-2A {0031}].  PL_AP.  


Group 3S

Amendments:

  • Xbcd907-3B,D. Add '(2B, 7A).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm114-3D. Delete (moved to 3L).

Add:

 Xcsu358(Pal)-3B [{0091}].  [Pal-3B {0091}].  CSU358.  
 Xgdm72-3D {0030}.    ASMS F72/ASMS R72.  
 Xglk2007(Bzb2-1)-3A,B,D [{0049}].  [Bzb2-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  IHBP-1b(c38).  
 Xgwm685-3B {0030}.    WMS F685/WMS R685.  
 XksuA1-3B {0078}.    pTtksuA1.  (1B, 5B, 7D).
 Xmsu1-3B [{0076}].    XJ5U/XJ5R.  
 Xmsu2-3B [{0076}].    XJ26U/XJ26R.  
 Xmsu3-3B [{0076}].    XJ28U/XJ28R.  
 Xrgc970-3A,B [{0031}].  [Xrgc970b-3A, Xrgc970a-3B {0031}].  RGC970.  
 Xpsr1200-3A {0031}.    PSR1200.  (2A,B,D).
 Xpsr1327-3B [{0031}].  [Xpsr1327a-3B {0031}].  PSR1327.  (1AS,DS, 1AL, 3B, 4A,5D).
 Xsfr2(Lrk10)-3B,D [{0031}].  [Lrk10-3B,D {0031}].  Lrk10.  (1A).


Group 3L

Amendments:

  • Xglk609-3A. Add '(2B,D).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm547-3B. Add '(2B).' in the last column.
  • XksuD19-3D. Revise the first column to 'XksuD19-3B {0078}, 3D {1061}.'
  • Xpsr549-3A. Add '(5A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr904-3A,D. Revise the last column to '(6AS, 6DL).'.

Add:

 Xabcp174-3B [{0087}].    ABC174 3f/ABC174 1r.  
 Xbcdp131-3D [{0087}].    BCD131 1f*/BCD 1r.  
 Note: In order to get a 3D-specific amplicon, the BCD131 1f primer was modified by removing the 5' T and adding a C at the 3' end {0087}.
 Xbcd187-3B {0078}.    BCD187.  
 Xbcd195-3B {0078}.    BCD195.  
 Xcdo251-3B {0078}.    CDO251.  
 Xcnl2-3D [{0059}],{0060}.    AC14F/AC14R.  (7B).
 Xcnl4-3D [{0031}].  [AC29 {0031}].  AC29F/AC29R {0059}.  
 Xglk118-3A {822},{0031}.    pTag118.  
 The arm location of Xglk118-3A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk577-3A {822},{0031}, 3B,D {1034}.    pTag577.  
 The arm location of Xglk577-3A,B,D was not reported in {822} and {1034}.
 Xglk645-3A {822},{0031}.    pTag645.  
 The arm location of Xglk645-3A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk652-3A [{0031}], 3B [{822}^1^,{0031}], 3D {9926}^4^.  [Xglk652a-3A {0031}, Xglk652b-3B {822}].  pTag652.  (1D).
 The arm location of Xglk652-3B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk2003(Bza1-1)-3B [{0049}].  [Bza1-B1 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(1).  (5A,D, 6AL, 6BS, 7D).
 Xglk2006(Bzb-1)-3A,B,D [{0049}].  [Bzb1-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  IHBP-1b(c1).  
 Xgwm114-3D {9929,0039}}.    WMS F114/WMS R114.  (3B).
 The arm location of Xgwm114-3D was reported incorrectly in {9929}.
 Xgwm638-3A {0035}^2^.    WMS F638/WMS R638.  
 Xgwm674-3A {9929}^1^, {0035}^2^.    WMS F674/WMS R674.  
 The arm location of Xgwm674-3A was not reported in {9929}.
 Xgwm705-3B {0030}.    WMS F705/WMS R705.  
 Xgwm707-3D {0030}.    WMS F707/WMS R707.  
 Xgwm720-3A {0030}.    WMS F720/WMS R720.  
 Xgwm751-3A {0030}.    WMS F751/WMS R751.  
 Xgwm802-3B {0030}.    WMS F802/WMS R802.  
 Xgwm853-3B {0030}.    WMS F853/WMS R853.  
Xksu909(Chi1)-3A [{0091}].  [Cht1a-3A {0091}].  Chi-G11 {0096}.  (2B).
 Xkvl912(Prp)-3A [{0091}].  [Prp-3A {0091}].  HvPRPb {00100}.  
 Xkvl914(Glb3)-3B.1,B.2,B.3,B.4,D [{0091}].  [Glb3-3B.1,B.2,B.3,B.4,D {0091}].  pBH72-I1 {0092}.  
 Xpsr936-3A {0031}.    PSR936.  

Group 3

Amendments:

  • Xglk118-3A. Delete (moved to 3L).
  • Xglk301-3D. Add '(1B, 7B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk317-3D. Add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk558-3D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xglk577-3A,B,D. Delete (moved to 3L).
  • Xglk645-3A. Delete (moved to 3L).
  • Xglk652-3B. Delete (moved to 3L).
  • Xgwm674-3A. Delete (moved to 3L).
  • Xmwg526-3D. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr386-3B. Add '(2A).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xglk554-3B [{0031}].  [Xglk554b-3B {0031}].  pTag554.  (2A,B,D, 5B).
 Xgwm845-3B {0030}.    WMS F845/WMS R845.  
 Xpsr919-3B [{0031}].  [Xpsr919a-3B {0031}.]  PSR919.  (2A,B,D).
 Xpsr1054-3B {0031}.    PSR1054.  

 

Group 4S (4AL:4BS:4DS)

Amendments:

  • Xbcd265. Revise the first column to 'Xbcd265-4B {0047}, 4D {1059}.'
  • Xcdo1338-4A. Add '(5B,D)' in the last column.
  • Xglk278-4D. Add '(2A,B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr593-4B. Add '(1B).' in last column.
  • Xpsr1327-4A. Add '(1AS, 3B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr1871(Pki)-4A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xkvl1871(14-3-3a)-4A,B,D [{255},{0091].' , add '[Xpsr1871(Pki)-4A,B,D {255}, 1433a-4A,B {0091}].' in the second column, and revise the third column to 'pBT6-5tot (pHv14-3-3a)'.

Add:

 Xglk348-4B [{0031}], 4D [{822},{0031}].  [Xglk348a-4B, Xglk348b-4D {0031}, Xglk348a-4D {822}].  pTag348.  
The arm location of Xglk348-4D was not reported in {822}.
 Xgwm513-4B {9929}^1^,{0035}^2^.    WMS F513/WMS R513.  
The arm location of Xgwm513-4B was not reported in {9929}.
 Xgwm601-4A {0035}^2^.    WMS F601/WMS R601.  
 Xkvl916(Oxo)-4A,B [{0091}].  [Oxo2-4A,B {0091}].  pOXOXa {00102}.  
 Xkvl917(Tha2)-4A [{0091}].  [Tha2-4A {0091}].  pBH72-C6 {0092}.  (7A,B).
 Xkvl918(Chi2)-4A,B [{0091}].  [Cht21-4A,B {0091}].  pBH72-C4 {0092}.  

 

Group 4L (4AS:4BL:4DL)

Amendments:

  • Xgwm6-4B {1226}. Add '(5A, 4D).' in the last column.
    It is possible that Xgwm6-5A,4B,D form a homoeologous series.
  • Xgwm6-4D {1226}. Add '(5A,4B).' in the last column.
    It is possible that Xgwm6-5A,4B,D form a homoeologous series.

Add:

 Xglk315-4A {822},{0031}.    pTag315.  
 The arm location of Xglk315-4A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk752-4A [{822}],{0031}.  [Xglk752a-4A {822}].  pTag752.  (6B).
 The arm location of Xglk752-4A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk2004(Bza2-1)-4A,B,D [{0049}].  [Bza2-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(c14).  
 Xgwm192-4A,B,D [{0039}].  [Xgwm192c,a,b-4A,B,D {0039}].  WMS F192/ WMS R192.  
 Xgwm397-4A {0031}.    WMS F397/WMS R397.  


Group 5AL:4BL:4DL

Amendment:

  • Xfba1-4B. Revise the last column to '(6BS,DS, 6AL).'.

Add:

 Xgwm6-5A [{0031}].  [Xgwm6b-5A {0031}].  WMS F6/ WMS R6.  (4B,D).
It is possible that Xgwm6-5A,4B,D form a homoeologous series.
 Xkvl920(OxoLP)-4D [{0091}].  [Oxo1-4D {0091}].  pBH6-903 {00103}.  


Group 4

Amendments:

  • Xglk163-4D. Add '(1B, 5AS, 5BL).' in the last column.
  • Xglk302-4A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk302-4A [{822}], 4D [{0031}].' and add '[Xglk302b-4D {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xglk315-4A. Delete (moved to 4L).
  • Xglk317-4D. Add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk348-4D. Delete (moved to 4S).
  • Xglk752-4A. Delete (moved to 4L).
  • Xgwm513-4B. Delete (moved to 4S).
  • Xwg232-4A. Add '(5B,D).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xglk331-4A {0031}.    pTag331.  (2B).
 Xglk600-4A [{0031}].  [Xglk600b-4A {0031}].  pTag600.  (2A,B).
 Xgwm111-4A [{0031}].  [Xgwm111c-4A {0031}].  WMS F111/WMS R111.  (7B,D).
 Xpsr934-4A [{0031}].  [Xpsr934a-4A {0031}].  PSR934.  (2A,B,D).
 Xcsl102(NBS-LRR)-4A [{0031}].  [CD16.2-4A {0031}].  Cd16.2 {0048}.  
 Xpsr967-4B {598}.    PSR967.  (1A,B, 5A, 6AS, 6BL).
 Xwpg501(Pdi)-4A,B,D {0064}.    pTAPDI501.  (1B).



Group 5S

Amendments:

  • Xcdo1338-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo1338-5A {282}3, 5B,D {0034}.
  • Xglk317-5A.1,.2, 5A. Add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xgwm192-5D. Delete.
  • Xpsr1327-5D. Add '(1AS, 3B).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xcdo344-5A,B,D {0034}.    CDO344.  
 Xfba114-5B {0034}, 5D {1059,0034}.    FBA114.  
The arm location of Xfba114-5D was not reported in {1059}.
 Xbfa137-5D {1059,0034}.    FBA137.  (4A).
The arm location of Xfba137-5D was not reported in {1059}.
 Xglk163-5A {0031}.  [Xglk163a-5A {0031}].  pTag163.  (1B,D, 2D, 4D, 5BL).
 Xkvl922(Tha3)-5B,D [{0091}].  [Tha3-5,D {0091}].  pBH72-K10 {0092}.  
 Xmta9-5D {1239,0034}.    MTA9 {629}.  
The arm location of Xmta9-5D was not reported in {1239}.
 Xpsr549-5A {0031}.    PSR549.  (1AS, 1AL, 2B, 3A).
 Xpsr644-5A [{0031}].  [Xpsr644a-5A {0031}].  PSR644.  (2B).
 Xrgc3-5A {0034}.    RGC3.  
 Xrgr2104-5A,D {0034}.    RGR2105.  



Group 5L

Amendments:

  • Xbcd265-5A. Add '(4A).' in the last column.
  • Xbcd926-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xbcd26-5A {1059}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xbcd1087-5D. Revise the first column to 'Xbcd1087-5A,B {0034}, 5D {446}.'
  • Xcdo504-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo504-5A {419,282}^3^, 5B {1059}, 5D {0034}.'
  • Xcdo584-5B. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo584-5A {0068}, 5B {1059}.'
  • Xcdo590-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo590-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xglk165-5B,5D.1,.2. Add '(7B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk222-5B,D. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xglk621-5D. Delete (moved to 4AL:5BL:5DL).
  • XksuA1-5B. Add '(3B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr918-5D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr918-5A,B [{0031}], 5D {1609}.' and add '[Xpsr918b-5A, Xpsr918a-5B {0031}].' in the second column.
  • Xrgc711-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrgc711-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xrz474-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrz474-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xrgr2311-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrgr2311-5A {9969}, 5D {0034}.'
  • Xrgr3226-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrgr3226-5A {9969}, 5D {0034}.'
  • Xrgr2404-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrgr2404-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xrgr2443-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrgr2443-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xrz630-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrz630-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'
  • Xrz698-5A. Revise the first column to 'Xrz698-5A {9969}, 5B,D {0034}.'

Add:

 Xcdo520-5A,D {0034}.    CDO520.  
 Xcdo1088 {0068}.    CDO1088.  
 Xglk163-5B [{0031}].  [Xglk163b-5B {0031}].  pTag163.  (1B,D, 2D, 4D, 5AS).
 Xglk2003(Bza-2)-5A,D [{0049}].  [Bza1-A2,D2 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(1).  (3B, 6AL, 6BS, 7D).
 Xksu919(Lpx)-5A,B [{0091}].  [Lpx-5A,B {0091}].  6C02E12 {0094}.  (4A).
 Xksu921(Mpc1)-5A [{0091}].  [Mpc1-5A {0091}].  c1 {0094}.  (7D).
 Xksu923(Pr1)-5D [{0091}].  [Pr1-5D {0091}].  CR1 [0097}.  
 Xpsp128-5A,B,D {0086}.    PSP128F1/PSP128R1.  
 Xpsp128-5D {0086}.    PSP128F2/PSP128R2.  
 Xrgc1401-5A {0067}.    C1401.  
 Xrgr2632-5A {0067}.    R2632.  
 Xrgr2856-5A {0067}.    R2856.  
 Xrgs1912-5A {0067}.    S1912.  
 Xrz596-5B,D {0034}.    RZ596.  
 Xwg232-5A,B,D {0034}.    WG232.  (1A, 4A, 7A).

4AL:5BL:5DL

Amendments:

  • Xgwm637-4A. Delete '**' and add '{0035}.' in the first colum. Delete Note: 'Whether Xgwm637-4A belongs to is uncertain.'.

Add:

 Xglk558-5D [{0031}].  [Xglk558a-5D {0031}].  pTag558.  (1BL, 1DS, 1D, 2B,D, 3D, 6D, 7D).
 Xgwm118-4A,5B [{0035}]^2^.  [Xgwm118a-4A, Xgwm118b-5B {0035}]^2^.  WMS F118/WMS R118.  
 Xgwm265-4A {0035}^2^.    WMS F265/WMS R265.  (4A).

Group 5

Amendments:

  • Xfba114-5D {1059}. Delete (moved to 5S).
  • Xfba137-5D. Delete (moved to 5S).
  • Xglk278-5A,B. Add '(2A,B).' to the last column.
  • Xglk301-5D. Add '(1B, 7B)' in the last column.
  • Xmta9-5D. Delete (moved to 5S).
  • Xpsr172(Lhcb1)-5A,B,D. Add '(2B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr386-5A. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xwg232-5A.1,B. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xwg232-5A.2. Add '(5B,D).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xpgh1(ELIP)-5A,B,D [{0053}].  [Xwcr12-5A,B,D {0053}].  WCR12.  
 Xglk2001(Hst1-1)-5A,B,D [{0049}].  [Hst1-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  ITAHISTH1.  
 Xpsr967-5A {598}.    PSR967.  (1A,B, 4B, 6AS, 6BL).
 Xrgc1329-5A {0067}.    C1329.  
 Xrgr1618-5A {0067}.    R1618.  
 Xrgc2540-5A {0067}.    C2540.  

Group 6S

Amendments:

  • Xabc173-6A,D. Revise the first column to 'Xabc173-6A {9927}^2^, 6B {0081}^1^, 6D {900}^1^.'.
  • Xcdo534-B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo534-6A {0081}^1^, 6B {860}^1^,{9927}^2^, 6D {900}^1.^' and revise the last column to '(1B, 7A).'.
  • Xcdo1380-6B. Replace '6BS' with '6BL' in 'A 6BS Xcdo1380-6B locus was mapped in {9921}.'.
  • Xcmwg652-6A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xcmwg652-6A {900}^1^, 6B {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {9926}^4,^{0081}^1^.'.
  • Xcmwg653-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xcmwg684-6B. Add '(6D).' in the last column.
  • Xcmwg690-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xcmwg690-6A,B {9927}^2^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xfba1-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xfba1-6B {0081}, 6D {900}.', and add '(6AL).' in the last column.
  • Xfba67-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfba67-6A {0081}, 6B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfba85-6A,D. Revise the first column to 'Xfba85-6A {900}, 6B {0081}, 6D {900}.'.
  • Xfba148-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xfba148-6A {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfba187-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xfba187-6B {0081}, 6D {900}.'.
  • Xfba328-6B. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xfbb354-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb354-6A,B {0081}, 6D {900}.'.
  • Xfbb399-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb399-6A {0081}, 6B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xglk479-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk479-6A {822,0049}^1^, 6B {900}^1^, 6D {9926}^4^.' and add 'The arm locations of Xglk479-6A and Xglk479-6D were not reported in {822} and {9926}.'.
  • Xglk537-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk537-6A {822,0049}^1^, {9927}^2^.'
  • Xglk562-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk562-6A {822,0049}^1^, 6B {9927}^2^.'
  • XksuG48-6A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'XksuG48-6A {187}^2^, 6B {187}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {448}^4^,{444,862}^1^.'
  • Xmwg966-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg966-6A {9927}^2^, 6B {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xpsr141(Pgk2)-6A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr141(Pgk2)-6A,B,D [{598}]b, 6D.1,.2 {0081}.'.
  • Xpsr301-6A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr301-6A {598}, 6B.1 [{598}],{0081}, 6D {598}.', add '[Xpsr301-6B {598}]' in the second column and add '(6BL).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr899-6A,B,D. Delete '6B {900}' from the entry.
  • Xpsr904-6A. Add '(6DL).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr967-6A. Add '(6BL).' in the last column.
  • Xtam10-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xtam10-6A.1 [{245}]^1^, 6B {245}^1^,{187}^2^.', add '[Xtam10-6A {245}].' in the second column and add '(6AL).' in the last column.


Add:

 Xcdo365-6B {0071}.    CDO365.  
 Xcnl3-6B [{0059}],{0060}.    AC22F/AC22R.  
 Xfba381-6B,D.2 {0081}.    FBA381.  (6DL).
 Xglk172-6A [{822,0049}].  [Xglk172a-6A {822,0049}].  pTag172  (7A,B).
The arm location of Xglk172-6A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk752-6B [{822}], {0081}.  [Xglk752b {822}].  pTag752.  (4A).
The arm location of Xglk752-6B was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk2003(Bza1-4)-6B [{0049}].  [Bza1-B4 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(1).  (3B, 5A,D, 6AL, 7D).
 Xglk2005(Bza3-1)-6A,B,D [{0049}].  [Bza3-A1,B1,D1 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(17).  
 Xgwm82-6A {0035}^2^.    WMS F82/WMS R82.  
 Xksu924(Ppo)-6A,D [{0091}].  [Ppo6A,D {0091}].   7C02D02 {0094}.  
 Xksu925(Hrp)-6A [{0091}].  [Hrp-6A {0091}].  5C05D01 {0094}.  
 Xksu926(Rip)-6D [{0091}].  [Rip-6D {0091}].  5C04F01 {0094}.  
 Xpsp551-6B {0086}.    PSP551F1/PSP551R1.  
 Xrz476-6B {0081}.    RZ476.  (7B).
 Xuta1(Psif)-6A,B,D {0081}.    p26 {999}.  
 Xuta2(Psif)-6D {0081}.    p28 {999}.  


Group 6L

Amendments:

  • Xabc163-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xabc163-6A {282}^3^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xabc175-6A,D. Revise the first column to 'Xabc175-6A {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {900}^1^.'.
  • Xabg388-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xabg388-6A {282}^3^, 6B {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xbcd1-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xbcd1-6A {0081}^1^, 6B {187}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xbcd357-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xbcd357-6B {860,0071}, 6D {900}.', delete '(6B).' from the last column and add 'The arm location of Xbcd357-6B was not reported in {860}.'.
  • Xcdo772-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xcdo772-6A {900}, 6B {9921}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xcmwg674-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xcmwg674-6A {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6B,D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xcmwg684-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xcmwg684-6A {282}^3^,{9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6B.2 [{9927}^2^,{0081}^1^], 6D [{0031}]^1^.' and revise the second column to '[Xcmwg684-6B {9927,0081}, Xcmwg684b-6D {0031}].'.
  • Xcsb112(Dhn5)-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xcsb112(Dhn5)-6A,B [{187}]^2^.' and add '[Xcsb112(Dhn5-6B.2,D.2 {0081}].' to the second column.
  • XEsi35-6A,B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xucd109(Esi35)-6A,B,D [{278}].' and add '[XEsi35-6A,B,D {278}].' in the second column.
  • Xfba81-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xfba81-6B {0081}, 6D {900}.'.
  • Xfba111-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xfba111-6A,B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfba381-6D. Revise the first column to 'Xfba381-6D.1 [{900}]', add '[Xfba381-6D {900}].' in the second column, and add '(6BS,6DS).' in the last column.
  • Xfbb40-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb40-6A {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfbb57-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb57-6A {0081}, 6B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfbb82-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb82-6A,B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xfbb164-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb164-6A {0081}, 6B {900}.'.
  • Xfbb169-6B,D. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb169-6A {0081}, 6B,D {900}.'.
  • Xfbb170-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb170-6A {900}, 6B {0081}.'.
  • Xfbb221-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb221-6A {900}, 6B {0081}.'.
  • Xfbb327-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb327-6B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xglk334-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk334-6A {882,0049}^1^, 6B {9927}^2^, 6D {0081}^1^.' and revise the note to 'The arm location of Xglk334-6A was not reported in {822}.'.
  • Xfbb364-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xfbb364-6B {0081}, 6B {900}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xglk547-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk547-6A {9927}^2^, 6A.1,.2,.3 [{822,0049}]^1^, 6B [{822}]^2^.', revise the second column to'[Xglk547a,b,d-6A.1,.2,.3 {822,0049}, Xglk547c-6B {822}].', and add 'The arm locations of Xglk547-6A.1,.2,.3,B were not reported in {822}.'.
  • Xglk705-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xglk705-6A {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6B {822,0081}^1^.'
  • Xglk762-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk762-6A {822,0049}^1^, {9927}^2^.' and add 'The arm location of Xglk762-6A was not reported in {822}.'.
  • Xmwg19-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg19-6A {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6B,D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xmwg21-6A. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg21-6A {9927}^2^, 6B {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xmwg74-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg74-6A {9927}^2^, 6B {900}^1^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xmwg798-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg798-6A {282}^3^,{0081}^1^, 6B {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xmwg2029-6A,B. Revise the first column to 'Xmwg2029-6A {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6B {9927}^2^,{0081}^1^, 6D {0081}^1^.'.
  • Xpsr463(Prk)-6A,B,D. Add '{0081}.' as reference in the first column.
  • Xpsr908-6B. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr908-6B {256,598}, 6D {0081}.'.
  • Xuta1(Psif)-6B.1,.2. Delete.
  • Xwg341-6B.1,.2. Revise the first column to 'Xwg341-6B.1,.2 [{444}], 6B.3 {0081}.'

Add:

 Xabg1-6B,D {0081}.    ABG1.  
 Xabg20-6A {282}^3^,{0081}^1^, 6B {0081}, 6D {900,0081}^1^.    ABG20 {664}.  
The arm location of Xabg20-6A,D was not reported in {282} and {900}.
 Xbcd102-6A {0081}, 6B {860,0071}.    BCD102.  (2D).
 Xbcd276-6B,D {0081}.    BCD276.  
 Xcmwg644-6A,B,D {0081}.    cMWG644.  
 Xcmwg653-6A,B,D {0081}.    cMWG653.  
A Xcmwg653-6A locus was previously mapped 1.5 cM proximal to the centromere on 6AS {9927}. It is likely that Xcmwg653-6A is, in fact, located on the long arm of 6AL {0081}.
 Xcmwg716-6D {0081}.    cMWG716.  
 Xfba1-6A {0081}.    FBA1.  (4B, 6BS,DS).
 Xfba328-6B {0081}.    FBA328.  
A Xfba328-6B locus was previously mapped close to the centromere on 6BS {900}. The precise arm location had not been confirmed using ditelosomic analysis, and this locus may, in fact, be located on 6BL.
 Xfba397-6A {900,0081}, 6B,D {0081}.    FBA397.  
 Xfbb215-6A {900}, 6D {0081}.    FBB215.  
The arm location of Xfbb215-6A was not reported in {900}.
 Xfbb283-6A {900,0081}.    FBB283.  (3B).
The arm location of Xfbb283-6A was not reported in {900}.
 Xglk259-6A {822,0049}.    pTag259.  (1D).
The arm location of Xglk259-6A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk299-6A [{822,0049}], 6D [{822}].  [Xglk299a-6A {822,0049}, Xglk299b-6D {822}].  pTag299.  
The arm locations of Xglk299-6A,D were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk512-6A [822,0049}].  [Xglk512a-6A {822,0049}].  pTag512.  (4A).
The arm location of Xglk512-6A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk724-6A [{822,0049}], 6B,D [{822}].  [Xglk724e-6A {822,0049}, Xglk724c,b-6B,D {822}].  pTag724.  (3A,B,D, 5A).
The arm locations of Xglk724-6A,B,D were not reported in {822}.
 Xglk756-6A [{822,0049}].  [Xglk756b-6A {822,0049}].  pTag756.  (2D, 3B, 5A,D).
The arm locations of Xglk756-6A was not reported in {822}.
 Xglk2003(Bza1-3)-6A [{0049}].  [Bza1-A3 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(1).  (3B, 5A,D, 6BS, 7D).
 Xgwm356-6A {0035}^2^.    WMS F356/WMS R356.  (2A).
 XksuD1-6B {860,0081}, 6D {448}^1,4^,{0081}^1^.    pTtksuD1.  
The arm locations of XksuD1-6B and XksuD1-6D were not reported in {860} and {448}.
 Xksu908(Cbp1)-6B [{0091}].  [Cbp1-6B {0091}].  RRI 10 {0095}.  (2B).
 Xksu910(Tha1)-6B [{0091}].  [Tha1-6B {0091}].  CR5 {0097}.  (2D, 4A, 7A,B,D).
 XksuG51-6D {448}^4^,{444,0081}^1^.      
The arm location of XksuG51-6D was not reported in {448} and {444}.
 Xmwg514-6A,D {0081}.    MWG514.  
 Xmwg872-6A,B,D {0081}.    MWG872.  
 Xmwg911-6D {0081}.    MWG911.  
 Xmwg2100-6B {0081}.    MWG2100.  
 Xpsr301-6B.2 {0081}.    PSR301.  (6AS,BS,DS).
 Xpsr904-6D {0081}.    PSR904.  (3A,D, 6AS).
 Xpsr967-6B {0081}.    PSR967.  (1A,B, 4B, 5A, 6AS).
 Xtam10-6A.2 {0081}.    TAM10.  (6AS,BS).
 Xwg405-6D {0081}.    WG405.  (2D).


Group 6

Amendments:

  • Xabg20-6A,D. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xbcd102-6B. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xbcd357-6B. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xfba397-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xfbb215-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xfbb283-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk172-6A. Delete (moved to 6S).
  • Xglk259-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk299-6A,D. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk317-6A. Add '(1B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk479-6A,D. Delete (moved to 6S).
  • Xglk512-6A. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk547-6A(1),(2),(3),6B. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk558-6D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xglk724-6A,B,D. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xglk752-6B. Delete (moved to 6S).
  • XksuD1-6B,D. Delete (moved to 6L).
  • Xtam10-6A. Revise the last column to '(6AS,BS, 6AL).'.

Add:

 Xwmc104-6B {0032}.    WMC F104/WMC R104 {0037}.  

Group 7S

Amendments:

  • Xcdo534-7A. Revise the last column to '(1B, 6A,B,D).'.
  • Xglk184-7A,D. Delete (moved to 7AS:4AL:7DS).
  • Xglk301-7A. Revise the first column to 'Xglk301-7A [{553}],{822}, 7B {0031}.', add '(1B).' in the last column, and add 'The arm location of Xglk301-7A was not reported in {822}.'

Add:

 Xcnl1-7B [{0059}].    AC1F/AC1R.  
 Xkvl906(Cbp2)-7B [{0091}].  [Cbp2-7B {0091}].  pBH72-B8 {0092}.  (2A).
 Xkvl930(Pr1)-7B,D [{0091}].  [Pr1b-7B,D {0091}].  HvPr1b {00104}.  
 Xpsr952-7B {0031}.    PSR952.  
 Xpsr955-7B {0031}.    PSR955.  

7AS:4AL:7DS

Amendments:

  • Xbcd907-7A. Add '(2B).' in the last column.
  • Xglk576-7A. Add '(7BL).' in the last column.
  • Xmwg710-7A,4A,7D. Add '(7BL).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr573-4A. Revise the first column to 'Xpsr573-4A {255}, 7D {0031}'

Add:

 Xcnl6-7D [{0059}],{0060}.    AG24F/AG24R.  (2B).
 Xglk184-7A,D [{553}].  [TAG184-7A,D {553}].  pTag184 {822}.  
The map position of Xglk184-7D in {0031} indicated that this locus belongs to the 7AS:4AL:7DS group.
 Xksu910(Tha1)-4A [{0091}].  [Tha1-4A {0091}].  CR5 {0097}.  (2D, 6B, 7A,B,D).
 Xksu919(Lpx)-4A [{0091}].  [Lpx-4A {0091}].  6C02E12 {0094}.  (5A,B).
It is not clear whether Xksu919(Lpx)-4A belongs to the group 7AS:4AL:7DS or to the group 4AL:5AL:5BL.
 Xpsp160-7A,4A {0086}.    PSP160F1/PSP160R1.  
 Xsun1-7A,D(Wx) {0077}.    SUN 1F/ SUN 1R.  
The primers SUN1F/SUN 1R amplify across an (AT)n microsatellite at the 3'end of waxy genes.

Group 7L

Amendments:

  • Xglk197-7B. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • XksuA1-7D. Add '(3B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr129-7A,B,D. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr593-7B. Add '(1B).' in last column.
  • Xgwm111-7D. Revise the first column to 'Xgwm111-7B [{0031}], 7D {9929}.', add 'Xgwm111a-7B {0031}.' in the second column, and add '(4A).' in the last column.
  • Xrz476-7B. Add '(6B).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xbzh232(Tha)-7A,B {[{0031}].  [Xpwir232a,b-7A,B {0031}].  pWIR232 {0061}.  
 Xcdc1(Sod1)-7A,B,D {0054}.    SOD1.1 & SOD1.2.  
 Xcnl2-7B [{0059}], {0060}.    AC14F/AC14R.  (3D).
 Xglk165-7A {0031}.    pTag165 {822}.  (5B,D).
 Xglk576-7B {0031}.    pTag576 {822}.  (7AS).
 Xglk2003(Bza1-5)-7D [{0049}].  [Bza1-D5 {0049}].  IHBP-1a(1).  (3B, 5A,D, 6AL, 6BS).
 Xgwm260-7A {0035}^2^.    WMS F260/WMS R260.  
 Xksu910(Tha1)-7A,B,D [{0091}].  [Tha1-7A,B,D {0091}].  CR5 {0097}.  (2D, 4A, 6B).
 Xkvl917(Tha2)-7A,B [{0091}].  [Tha2-7A,B {0091}].  pBH72-C6 {0092}.  (4A).
 Xkvl927(Grp94)-7A.1,A.2, B [{0091}].  [Grp94-7A.1,A.2,B {0091}].  HvGRP94 {0092}.  
 Xksu928(Chi1)-7B,D [{0091}].  [Cht1b-7B,D {0091}].  Barchi3 {0096}.  
 Xksu929(Cat)-7B [{0091}].  [Cat-7B {0091}].  5C05D01 {0094}.  
 Xmwg710-7B [{0031}].  [Xmwg710a-7B {0031}].  MWG710.  (1A,B,D, 7A,4A,7D).
 Xpsr927-7B [{1181}], {0031}.  [Xpsr927.1 {1181}].  PSR927.  (4A,D).
The arm location of Xpsr927-7B was not reported in {1181}.

Group 7

Amendments:

  • Xglk301-7A. Delete (moved to 7S).
  • Xglk558-7D. Add '(5D).' in the last column.
  • Xglk598-7B. Delete (moved to 7L).
  • Xpsr172(Lhcb1)-7A,B,D. Add '(2B).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr386-7A. Add '(2A).' in the last column.
  • Xpsr927-7B. Delete (moved to 7L).
  • Xwg232-7A.1. Add '(5B,D).' in the last column.
  • Xwg232-7A.2. Add '(5B,D).' in the last column.

Add:

 Xmst101-7D {0032}.    MST F101/MST R101{0038}.  
 Xksu921(Mpc1)-7D [{0091}].  [Mpc1-7D {0091].  c1 {0094}.  (5A).


Dormancy (seed)

Add at the bottom of the section: 'Tolerance to preharvest sprouting (PHS) in the cross SPR8198 x HD2329 was shown to be associated with Xwmc104-6B and Xmst101-7D, and may thus be controlled by two genes {0032}.'

Ear emergence

QEet.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AL {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population
ma: Associated with Wx-B1
QEet.ocs-5A.1 {0068}. 5AL {0068}. v: CS(T. spelta 5A)/CS(Cappelle-Desprez 5A) RI mapping population {0079}.
ma: Associated with Xcdo584 and morphological locus Q {0068} .

Earliness per se

Genes for earliness per se {0023} affect aspects of developmental rate that are independent of responses to vernalization and photoperiod.
Eps-A1a {0024}. 3A {0023}; 3AL {0024}. v: Chinese Spring {0024}.
Eps-A1b {0024}. v: Timstein {0024}.

Temporary symbols:

EpsWi {0025}. 3A {0025}. v: Cheyenne*7/Wichita {0025}.
epsCnn {0025}. v: Cheyenne {0025}.
QEet.ocs-5A.2
5AL {0026}. ma: Xcdo 412-5A - Xbcd9-5A region {0026}.
{0026}.

Free-threshing habit (new section)

QFt.mgb-5A 5AL {0046}. tv: Messapia/T. dicoccoides MG4343 mapping population {0046}.
{0046}.
ma:
Associated with XksuG44-5A.
QFt.mgb-6A 6A {0046}. tv: Messapia/T. dicoccoides MG4343 mapping population {0046}.
{0046}.
ma:
Associated with Xpsr312-6A.

Frost Resistance

Add: Responses to cold exposure and their genetics are reviewed in {0020}.

Glaucousness (Waxiness/Glossiness)

Epistatic inhibitors
W1I
. ma: Xcdo456-2B - 4 cM - W1I {0001}.

Height
Reduced Height

Add to preamble for Rht-1:
The Rht-1: homoeoloci are orthologous with the D8 locus in maize and the GAI locus in Arabidopsis. They encode proteins resembling nuclear transcription factors and are involved in the sensing of gibberellin levels {0019}.
Rht-A1a {0019}. v: Chinese Spring {0019}. All wheats are assumed to be monomorphic.
Rht-B1g {0019}. v: Highbury mutants M3 103-3 and M3 103-9 {0019}. Allele Rht-B1g is a fast neutron-induced mutation of Rht-B1b and produces a tall gibberellin responsive phenotype {0019}.
Rht-D1b. ma: Xpsr1871 - 1 cM - Rht-D1b - 4 cM - Xpsr821 (PhyA) {0019}.

Add below QHt.fra-1B:

QHt.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AL {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr119-4A and Wx-B1 {0047}.
QHt.ocs-4A.2 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd1738-4A and Hd {0047}.
QHt.ocs-5A.1 [{0068}]. [Qt.ocs-5A.1 {0068}]. 5AL {0068}. v: CS(T. spelta 5A)/CS(Cappelle-Desprez 5A) RI mapping population {0079}.
ma: Associated with Xcdo1088 - Xbcd9 {0068}.
This QTL coincided with a QTL for culm length, QCl.ocs-5A.1 {0068}.

Leaf Tip Necrosis

Add at the end of the section:
'QTL for leaf tip necrosis were identified in {0050} and were named according to the rules for Wheat Gene Nomenclature by the catalogue curators.'
QLtn.sfr-1B
[{0050]}. 1BS {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xgwm18-1B and Xglk483-1B {0050}.
QLtn.sfr-3A
[{0050]}. 3A {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr570-3A and Xpsr543-3A {0050}.
QLtn.sfr-4B.1
[{0050]}. 4B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr921-4B and Xpsr593-4B [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-4B.2
[{0050]}. 4B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr593-4B and Xpsr112-4B [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-4D
[{0050]}. 4DL {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr302-4D and Xpsr1101-4D [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-5A
[{0050]}. 5A {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr549-5A and Xglk163-5A [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-6A
[{0050]}. 6A {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr563-6A and Xpsr966-6A [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-7B.1
[{0050]}. 7B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr350 and Xbzh232(Tha)-7B [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-7B.2
[{0050]}. 7B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xglk750-7B and Xmwg710-7B [{0050}].
QLtn.sfr-7D
[{0050]}. 7DS {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr160-7D and Xgwm44-7D [{0050}].

Lodging (new section)

QTL for lodging were identified in {0052} and were named according to the rules for Wheat Gene Nomenclature by the catalogue curators.'

QLd.sfr-1B [{0052}]. 1BS {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr949-1B and Xgwm18-1B {0052}.
This QTL coincides with QTL for reduced height, increased culm stiffness and broader leave width {0052}.
QLd.sfr-2A [{0052}]. 2AS {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr958-2A and Xpsr566-2A [{0052}].
This QTL coincides with QTL for reduced height, increased culm stiffness, broader leave width, more erect growth habit, later ear emergence and increased culm thickness {0052}.
QLd.sfr-2D [{0052}]. 2D {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr933-2D and Xglk529-2D [{0052}].
QLd.sfr-3A [{0052}]. 3AS {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr598-3A and Xpsr570-3A {0052}.
This QTL coincides with QTL for increased culm stiffness and reduced culm thickness {0052}.
QLd.sfr-4A [{0052}]. 4AS {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xgwm397-4A and Xglk315-4A {0052}.
This QTL coincides with QTL for reduced height, increased culm stiffness and more erect growth habit {0052}.
QLd.sfr-5A [{0052}]. 5AL {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr918-5A and Xpsr1201-5A [{0052}].
This QTL coincides with QTL for reduced height, increased culm stiffness, reduced leave width, more erect growth habit, later ear emergence and increased culm thickness {0052}.
QLd.sfr-5B [{0052}]. 5BL {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr370-5B and Xpsr580-5B [{0052}].
This QTL coincides with QTL for increased culm stiffness, broader leaf width and more erect growth habit {0052}.
QLd.sfr-6B [{0052}]. 6BL {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr964-6B and Xpsr142-6B {0052}.
QLd.sfr-7B [{0052}]. 7BL {0052}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr927-7B and Xpsr350-7B {0052}.
This QTL coincides with QTL for reduced height and later ear emergence {0052}.

Nucleolus Organizer Regions

Remove the Nor-A1 entry and replace with :
Nor-A9 {00120}. [Nor-A1{221,367,835,1012}].1AS {282,276}. v: T. spelta {221,367,835,1012}. dv: T. monococcum {658,282,276}.

Remove the Nor-A3 entry and replace with :
Nor-A10 {00120}. [Nor-A3 {1014,658}]. 5AS {282,276}. dv: T. monococcum {282,276}, T. urartu IPSR (PBI) Acc. A.


Proteins

1. Grain Protein Content

Amendments:
QGpc.ndsu-6Bb. Add '{0071}' as reference for the QTL.

Add:
QGpc.ccsu-2D {0015}. 2DL {0015}. ma: Association with microsatellite locus Xwmc41-2D accounted for 19 % of the variation in grain protein content between PH132 and WL711 {0015}.

2. Enzymes
2.4. alpha-Amylase

Add at the end of a-Amy-1 section:
'Synthesis of alpha-amylase isozymes controlled by a-Amy-1 genes on chromosomes 6A and 6D is reduced in DT6BS compared to euploid CS. This result suggests the presence of a gene(s) on the long arm of chromosome 6B, which is (are) required for GA-induced alpha-amylase synthesis in the aleurone {0072}.'

3. Endosperm Storage Proteins

3.1. Glutenins
Towards the end of the preamble, between the phrases 'A system of naming the Glu-A1-1, Glu-A1-2, Glu-B1-1, and Glu-B1-2 alleles in T. turgidum var. dicoccoides is given in {796}.' and 'Following the first listing which considers the Glu-1 set for hexaploid wheat as a single locus, there is a provisional listing based on x- and y- type glutenins. These are not referenced.', insert the following phrase, then the paragraph that follows it:

'In {00116}, a comparison between spelt wheats (T. spelta) and bread wheat has been carried out for the glutenins using a nomenclature system described in {00117}.

In {00105}, the evolution of the high molecular weight glutenin loci of the A, B, D, and G genomes of wheat has been explored; 30 partial allele sequences were compared, designated by Greek letters (a,b,g, etc.) (5 of which were cited as Schlumbaum, pers. comm.; the remaining 25 have been deposited in GenBank, accession nos. X98583-X98592, X98711-X98715 and Y12401-Y12410). These partial alleles derive from all six Glu-1-1 and Glu-1-2 loci in current-day samples taken from seven species of wheat, as well as from DNA extracted from charred grain of two samples from archaeological excavations, of 3000 and 5000 years old respectively.'

The phrase following this insert, that is, as mentioned above, 'Following the first listing which considers the Glu-1 set for hexaploid wheat as a single locus, there is a provisional listing based on x- and y- type glutenins. These are not referenced.' should now comprise a new paragraph.

At the end of the Glu-A1 section, that is, between the phrase: 'The uncertainty in numbers is due to the very similar electrophoretic mobilities of some of the subunits compared with others observed either in this study or previously' and the entry for the Glu-B1 locus, add the paragraph:

'In a study including emmer wheats (T. dicoccon) {00115}, new subunits named 1+ and 2- were found in accessions MG4378/1 and MG5380/1, respectively, and provisionally assigned to Glu-A1. Until confirmed, they are not included in the Glu-A1 list.'

At the end of the Glu-B1 section, that is, between the phrase: 'it was not conclusively clear how many of these alleles were distinct from each other, or from others previously observed.' and the entry for the Glu-D1 locus, add the paragraph:

'In a study including emmer wheats (T. dicoccon) {00115}, new subunits named 7+ (in accessions MG5400/5 and MG30835/1), 8- (in accessions MG5400/5, MG30835/1, MG5333/1 and MG5507) and 13- (in accession MG5282/2) were found and provisionally assigned to Glu-B1. Until confirmed, they are not included in the Glu-B1 list.'

In the Glu-3 (LMW glutenin) section, after the paragraph 'Multiple alleles at each of the three Glu-3 wheat loci were observed {479} and effects of allelic differences on bread making quality noted {483}.', add the paragraphs:

'A series of papers {00106, 00107, 00108, and 00109} describe considerable variation in primitive wheats not present in bread wheat (A genome species T. boeoticum, T. urartu, T. thaoudar, T. aegilopoides, T. monococcum, and D-genome species T. tauschii) for the low molecular weight subunits, sufficient to use them as a source for potentially changing flour properties in bread wheat.

In {00110}, variants for LMW glutenin subunits have been reported from study of twenty-four accessions of einkorn wheat (T. monococcum ssp. monococcum). Nine of these showed two electrophoretic bands for LMW subunits, arbitrarily designated 'a' and 'b', that appeared to be associated with good bread-making quality.

In {00111}, in a study of bread and durum wheats from Portugal, the authors used the nomenclature system described in {00113} for the LMW subunits in bread wheat, and that described in {00114} for the LMW subunits in durum wheat'

3.2. Gliadins

In the preamble section, after the 'Note' that ends with the phrase: 'and {1076} studies in T. durum (19 electrophoretic patterns, referring only to variation in the omega-gliadins, in 243 accessions).' add the following phrase:

'In {00110}, variants for w-gliadins have been reported from study of twenty-four accessions of einkorn wheat (T. monococcum ssp. monococcum). In {00111}, in a study of bread and durum wheats from Portugal, the authors used the nomenclature system described in {00112} for the w-gliadins. In {00116}, a comparison between spelt wheats (T. spelta) and bread wheat has been carried out for the gliadins using a nomenclature system described in {00118}.'

Gli-A1 [{1334},{1125}]. [Gld 1A {1415}]. 1AS {150,634,1334,1607}. s: CS*/Cheyenne {634}.v: CS {150,1334,1607}.

Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-A1a {988}. v: CS {988}; Castan {991}; Mentana {9986}; Mara {9986}; Millewa {00119}.
Gli-A1c {988}. v: Ukrainka {988}; Gazul {9985}; Sava {994}; Hopps {00119}.
Omission confirmed; this allelic designation will be used for a new allele in the future:
Gli-A1s {9981}.

Delete the previous corresponding entry and substitute the following:
Gli-A1t {9985}. v: Jeja del País {9985}; Milturum 553 {9981}; Strela {9981}.

After Gli-A1u entry, add:
Gli-A1v {9981}. v: Japhet {9981}; Rouge de Bordeaux {9981}.
Gli-B1 [{1607},{1125}.] [Gld 1B {1243,1415}, Gld-B1,-B2,-B3,-B4,-B5,-B6 {420}]. 1B {1607},1BS{150,634}.s: CS*/Cheyenne {634}. v: CS {1607,150}.

Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-B1d {988}. v: Chopin {991}; Dneprovskaya 521 {988}; Petrel {991}; Tiberio{9986}; Yécora {9985}; Neepawa {995}; Suneca{00119}.
Gli-B1h {988}. v: Krasnodonka {988}; Pepital {991}; Rudi{991}; Cabezorro {9985}; Tincurrin {00119}.
Gli-B1l {988}. v: Clement {991}; Damier {991}; Fiocco{9986}; Avrora {9981}; Kavkaz {9981}.
Gli-B1t {9985}. v: Jeja del País {9985}.

After Gli-B1v entry, add:
Gli-B1w {9981}. v: Ardica {9981}; Barbilla (MCB-1017) {9981}.


Gli-D1 [{121}],{1125}. [Gld 1D {1415}, Gld-D1,-D2,-D3 {420}]. 1DS{121,150,634,1334,1607}. s: CS*/Cheyenne {634}. v: CS {121,150,1334,1607}.

Delete the previous corresponding entry and substitute the following:
Gli-D1n {9981}. v: Blanquillo de Toledo (MCB-0950) {9981}.

After the final entry in the Gli-D1 list (currently Gli-D1null), and before the paragraph beginning 'Three alleles at each of the Gli-1-1 (omega gliadin) loci were noted {1358}.', add:

Note: Gli-B1l encodes secalins often associated with the T1BL·1RS translocation.

Gli-A2 [{1334}],{1125}. [Gld 6A {1415}]. 6A {1334}, 6AS {1122}. v: CS.

Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-A2c {988}. v: Siete Cerros 66 {988}; Prinqual {991}; Loreto {9986}; Escualo {9985}; Eagle {00119}.
Gli-A2d {988}. v: Dneprovskaya 521 {988}; Mocho Sobarriba{9985}; Kenyon (biotype){995}.
Gli-A2h {988}. v: Hereward {988}; Apollo {991}; N.Strampelli {9986}; Montjuich {9985}; Basalt {9981}.
Gli-A2i {988}. v: Lesostepka 75{988}; Krasnodonka{988}.
Gli-A2m {988}. v: Marquis {988}; Rex{991}; Suneca {00119}.
Gli-A2o {988}. v: Castan {991}; Touzelle{991}; Lontra {9986}; Calatrava {9985}; Glenwari {9981}.

After Gli-A2ab entry, add:
Gli-A2ac {9981}. v: Blanquillo de Barcarrota (MCB-0893) {9981}.
Gli-A2ad {9981}. v: Hembrilla Soria (MCB-1298) {9981}.
Gli-A2ae {9981}. v: Candeal de S.Lorenzo Parrilla (MCB-0932) {9981}.
Gli-A2af {9981}. v: Barbilla de Leon (MCB-1292) {9981}.
Gli-A2ag {9981}. v: Gluclub {9981}; Tincurrin {9981}.
Gli-A2ah {9981}. v: Candeal de Nava del Rey (MCB-0892) {9981}.
Gli-A2ai {9981}. v: Blanquillo (MCB-0908) {9981}.
Gli-B2 [{1607}],{1125}. [Gld 6B {1415}]. 6B {1607}, 6BS {1122}. v: CS.

Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-B2d {988}. v: Akmolinka 1 {988}; Tselinnaya 20 {988}; Friedland {991}; César {9981}.
Gli-B2f {988}. v: Maris Freeman {988}; Master {991}; Basalt {9981}.
Gli-B2g {988}. v: Galahad {988}; Cappelle-Desprez {991}; Capitole {991}.
Gli-B2i {988}. v: Insignia {988}; Robin {9981}.
Gli-B2n {988}. v: Solo {988}; Japhet {9981}, Rouge de Bordeaux {9981}.
Gli-B2o {988}. v: Mara {9986}; Hardi {9981}; Rivoli {991}; Pippo {9986}; Slavjanka {9981}; Odesskaya 16 {988}.
Gli-B2r {991}. v: Genial {991}; Arminda {991}; Estica {991}.
Gli-B2s {988}. v: Saratovskaya 36 {988}; Aquila {9981}.
Gli-B2ab {991}. v: Orepi {991}; Bordier {9981}.

After Gli-B2af entry, add:
Gli-B2ag {9981}. v: Jeja del Pais {9985}; Barbilla de Leon (MCB-1292) {Sp.,9981}.
Gli-B2ah {9981}. v: Rojo de Humanes (MCB-1262) {9981}; Grano de Miracolo {9981}.
Gli-B2ai {9981}. v: Blanquillo (MCB-0908) {9981}.
Gli-B2aj {9981}. v: Negrete de Málaga (MCB-1754) {9981}.
Gli-B2ak {9981}. v: HY320 {9981}; Leader {9981}.
Gli-B2al {9981}. v: Dankowska {991}.
Gli-B2am {9981}. v: TM-275 {9981}; Uralochka {9981}.
Gli-B2an {9981}. v: Eagle {9981}; Glenwari {9981}.
Gli-B2ao {9981}. v: Olympic {9981}; Mokoan {9981}.
Gli-B2ap {9981}. v: Veda {9981}; Magnif 27 {9981}.

Gli-B2aq {9981}. v: Winglen {9981}; Isis {9981}.
Gli-B2ar {9981}. v: Arbon {9981}; Roazon {9981}.
Gli-B2as {9981}. v: Strela {9981}; Sredneuralskaya {9981}.
Gli-B2at {9981}. v: Ranee {9981}; Javelin 48 {9981}.
Gli-D2 [{1334}], {1125}. [Gld 6D {1415}]. 6D {1334}, 6DS {1122}. v: CS.


Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-D2f {988}. v: Rempart {991}; Créneau {991}; Kirgizskaya Yubileinaya {988}.
Gli-D2h {988}. v: Capitole {991}; Garant {991}; Thatcher {995}; Chinook {995}; Sadovo 1 {988}; Eagle {00119}
Gli-D2i {988}. v: Insignia 49 {00119}; Lario {9986}.
Gli-D2k {988}. v: Skala {988}; Crvencapa {994}; Kzyl-Bas {988}.

Omission confirmed; this allelic designation will be used for a new allele in the future:
Gli-D2l.

Delete the previous corresponding entries and substitute the following:
Gli-D2m {988}. v: Marquis {988}; Rex {991}; Veronese {9986}; Yecora {9985}; Rinconada {9985}; Suneca {00119}.
Gli-D2q {988}. v: Soissons {991}; Fournil {991}; E. Mottin {9981}; Volshebnitsa (biotype) {988}; Winglen {9981}; Cook {9981}.

After Glu-D2aa entry, add:
Gli-D2ab {9981}. v: Rojo de Boadilla de Campos (MCB-1031) {9981}.
Gli-D2ac {9981}. v: Albatros {9981}.
Gli-D2ad {9981}. v: Hembrilla Soria (MCB-1298) {9981}.

5. Other proteins

5.6. Waxy Proteins

Add: 'Lists of cultivars, lines and landraces of tetraploid and hexaploid wheats with different, mostly null, alleles at the Wx loci are given in {9910,9911,9912,1053,1054,9913,9915,9916,1650,9917}.'

At end of preamble add: 'All combinations of the null alleles were produced in Chinese Spring {0018}.'

Wx-A1
Add at the bottom of the section:
'The complete genomic sequence for the Wx-A1a allele from CS {0073} and the cDNA sequence for the Wx-A1b allele from Kanto 107 {0075} have been determined.'

Wx-B1
Wx-B1e
{0027}. v: Blue Boy II {0027}; Canthatch {0027}; Eureka {0027}; Götz {0027}; Norin 44 {0027}; Turkey Red {0027}.

Add at the bottom of the section:
'The complete genomic sequence for Wx-B1a from CS has been determined {0073}.'

Wx-D1
Add at the bottom of the section:
'The complete genomic sequence for Wx-D1a from CS {0073} and the cDNA sequence for the Wx-D1b allele from Bai Huo {0075} have been determined.'

5.7. Starch granule proteins

Add at the bottom of the 'Sgp-1' section: 'The proteins, designated Sgp-1, are starch synthases, encoded by SsII-A1, SsII-B1 and SsII-D1 {0042}.'

Add at the bottom of the 'Sgp-3' section: 'The proteins, designated Sgp-3, are identical to wheat starch synthase I, encoded by SsI-A1, SsI-A2 and SsI-D1 {0041}.'

5.8. Puroindolines

Pina-Am1 {0083} 5AmS {0083}. dv: T. monococcum DV92, G3116 {0083}

In T. monococcum Pina-Am1 is completely linked to Gsp-Am1 {0083}.

Pina-D1
Pina-D1a
{452}.
Replace 'carrying the Pinb-D1b mutation {452,1035}.' with 'carrying a hardness mutation in puroindoline b
{452,1035,0082}.'.
Pina-D1b {1035}.
Delete the sentence starting with 'Pinb-D1a is present ' and replace with 'Present only in some hard
hexaploid wheats.'.

Pinb-Am1 {0083} 5AmS {0083}. dv: T. monococcum DV92, G3116 {0083}

In T. monococcum Pinb-Am1 is 0.1 cM proximal to Pina-Am1 and both loci are less than 36 kb apart {0083}.

Pinb-D1
Pinb-D1a
{452}.
Add reference '{0082}.' at the end of the sentence starting with 'Pinb-D1a is present '.
Pinb-D1b {1035}.
Delete the two sentences from 'Pinb-D1b may be present ' and replace with 'Pinb-D1b is a "loss-of-function"
mutation resulting from the replacement of a glycine by a serine at position 46 {452}.'.

Pinb-D1c {0082} v: Avle {0082}; Reno {0082};Tjalve {0082}; Bjorke {0082}; Portal {0082}.
Pinb-D1c is a "loss-of-function" mutation resulting from the replacement of a leucine by a proline at position
60 {0082}.
Pinb-D1d {0082}. v: Bercy {0082}; Mjolner {0082}.
Pinb-D1d is a "loss-of-function" mutation resulting from the replacement of a tryptophan by a arginine at
position 44 {0082}.

Pinb-D1b, Pinb-D1c, or Pinb-D1d are present in hard hexaploid wheats not carrying the Pina-D1b (null) mutation {452,1035,0082}.

5.9. Starch synthase

SsI-A1 {0041}. 7A {0041}.
SsI-B1 {0041}. 7B {0041}.
SsI-D1 {0041}. 7D {0041}.
Starch synthase I proteins are identical to the starch granule proteins Sgp-3 {0041}.

SsII-A1 {0042}. 7A {0042}.
SsII-B1 {0042}. 7B {0042}.

SsII-D1 {0042}. 7D{0042}.
Starch synthase II proteins are identical to the starch granule proteins Sgp-1 {0042}.


Quality Parameters

3. Amylose content

QAmc.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma:
Associated with Xbcd1738 and Xcdo1387 {0047}.


Response to Vernalization

Following the first paragraph replace with:
Insensitivity is dominant.
There is an orthologous gene series on the short arms of homoeologous group 2. The "a" alleles confer the insensitive response {0063}, the contrasting allele may be referred to as "b".
Ppd-A1a {0063}. [Ppd3 {1141}]. 2AL {1268}. v: C591 {0057}.
Ppd-B1a {0063}. [Ppd2 {1566}]. 2BS {1566,1268,1269} s: Cappelle-Desprez*CS 2B {0058}. v: Chinese Spring {1268}; Spica {557}; Timstein {1269}; Sharbati Sonora Ppd-A3 {887}. ma: Xpsr666 - 1.2 cM - Xpsr109 - 4.4 cM - Ppd-B1 - 4.8 cM - Xpsr804...Cent {0062}.
Ppd-D1a {0063}. [Ppd1 {1566}]. 2DS {1268} [2DL pre-new arm nomenclature {1328}]. s: Cappelle Desprez*/Ciano 2D {1598}; Cappelle-Desprez*/Mara 2D {1598}. CS*/Ciano 2D Ppd-B1 {1268}. v: Akakomugi {1604}; Bezostaya 1 {1604}; Mara {1604}; Sava {1604}; Sonora 64 {1566}. Sharbati Sonora Ppd-D1 {887}.

Two genes control photoperiod response in T. turgidum {788}.
Gene Ppd-H2 on barley chromosome 2HS may be a member of the Ppd-1 orthologous series {766}.

Responce to Salinity

K+/Na+ discrimination

Add at the end of the 1st sentence: 'Lophopyrum elongatum chromosome arms 1ES, 7ES, and 7EL enhance K+/Na+ selectivity in wheat under salt stress {0065}.

Tenacious Glumes

Tg2 {0046}. 2BS {0046}. Derived from T. dicoccoides
ma: Tg2 is associated with Xrsq805(Embp)-2B and Xpsr899-2B {0046}.

Yield Components (new section)

50-grain weight

QFgw.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4A {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd265-4A and Xbcd1738-4A {0047}.

Grain weight/ear

QGwe.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd1738-4A {0047}.

Plant yield

QYld.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd1738-4A {0047}.

Spikelet number/ear

QSpn.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd1738-4A {0047}.

Tiller number/plant

QTn.ocs-4A.1 {0047}. 4AS {0047}. v: CS/CS(Kanto107 4A) mapping population {0047}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr163-4A {0047}.


Pathogenic Disease/Pest Reaction

Reaction to Diuraphis noxia

Dn1 v: Betta DN {0004}; Caledon {0004}; Gariep {0004}; Limpopo DN {0004}; Tugela DN {0004}.
Dn5
v:
Palmiet DN {0004}.

Reaction to Erysiphe graminis

Pm1. ma: AFLP marker 18M1 - various Pm1 alleles 0.9 cM {0011}.
Pm1c. v: Blaukorn {0011}. ma: AFLP marker 18M2 was diagnostic for Pm1c {0011}.
Pm3d. v: Kanzler {0011}.
Pm3g {0070}. [Mlar {854}]. 1A {0070}. ma: Pm3g - 5.2 cM - Gli-A5 - 1.9 cM - Gli-A1 {0070}.
Pm4a. ma: Pm4a - 3.5 cM - AFLP markers 4aM1 and 4aM2 {0011}. Xbcd1231 was converted to a STS marker {0069}.
Pm4b. v: Atlantis {0011}; Boheme {0011}; Renan {0016}. RE714 {1220}.
Pm5. v: Greif Pm6 {0011}.
Pm6. i: CI 13250/7*Prins {0069}; CI 12559/8*Prins {0069}; PI 170914/7*Prins {0069}.
v: Greif Pm5 {0011}.
ma: close linkage with Xbcd135 (1.5 + 1.4 cM), Xbcd307 (4.7 + 2.5 cM) and Xbcd266 (4.5 + 2.4 cM) {0069}.
Pm8. Add just before 'crosses between three lines ': 1BS/1RS recombinants 2.9 cM proximal to Gli-B1/GluB3 {0084}. i: MA1 and MA2 four-breakpoint double translocation lines 1RS-1BS-1RS-1BS.1BL in Pavon {0084}.'
Pm13. 3B. v: add: R1B {0055}; R4A {0055}; R6A {0055}.
3D. v: add: R2A {0055}; R2B {0055}.
Add at the end of the section: 'ma: Pm13 was mapped to a translocated 3S^l^S segment distal to Xcdo460-3B {0036}.
Pm17. Add: v: TAM202 {0021}; Niobrara {0021}; Nekota {0021}.
Pm21. Add: ma: RAPD OPH171400 and SCAR markers SCAR1400 and SCAR1265 associated with Pm21 are described in {0014}.
Pm26 {0001}. Recessive {0001} 2BS {0001}. s: Bethlehem*8/T. turgidum var. dicoccoides 2BS {0001}.
tv: T. turgidum var. dicoccoides TTD140 {0001}.
ma: Co-segregation with Xwg516 {0001}.
Pm27 {0002}. 6B (6B-6G) {0002}. v: Line 146-155-T {0002}.
tv: T. timopheevii var. timopheevii K-38555 {0022}.
ma: 6BS Xpsr8/Xpsr964 - Pm27 - Xpsr154/Xpsr546 6BL {0002}. Co-segregation with Xpsr3131 {0002}.
Pm28 {0022}. 1B {0022}. v: Meri {0022
Mlre. RE714 Pm4b tv: T. dicoccum 119 {1220}.

Add: Mlre showed a residual effect on the quantitative expression of APR in the presence of E. graminis pathotypes considered virulent for Mlre in standard seedling tests {0016}.

Add: List in {0028} (Finnish wheats).

Add at the end of the section:
'QTL for resistance to powdery mildew were identified in {0051} and were named according to the rules for Wheat Gene Nomenclature by the catalogue curators.'

QPm.sfr-1A [{0051}]. 1A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr1201-1A and Xpsr941-1A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-1B [{0051}]. 1B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xsfr3(LRR)-1B and Xpsr593-1B [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-1D [{0051}] 1D {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr168-1D and Xglk558-1D [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-2A [{0051}]. 2A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr380-2A and Xglk293-2A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-2D [{0051}]. 2D {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr932-2D and Xpsr331-2D [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-3A [{0051}]. 3A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr598-3A and Xpsr570-3A {0051}.

QPm.sfr-3D [{0051}]. 3D {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr1196-3D and Xsfr2(Lrk10)-3D [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-4A.1 [{0051}]. 4A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xgwm111-4A and Xpsr934-4A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-4A.2 [{0051}]. 4A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xmwg710-4A and Xglk128-4A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-4B [{0051}]. 4B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr593-4B and Xpsr1112-4B [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-4D [{0051}]. 4D {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xglk302-4D and Xpsr1101-4D [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-5A.1 [{0051}]. 5A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr644-5A and Xpsr945-5A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-5A.2 [{0051}]. 5A {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr1194-5A and Xpsr918-5A [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-5B [{0051}]. 5B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr580-5B and Xpsr143-5B [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-6B [{0051}]. 6B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr167-6B and Xpsr964-6B [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-7B.1 [{0051}]. 7B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr593-7B and Xpsr129-7B [{0051}].

QPm.sfr-7B.2 [{0051}]. 7B {0051}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Oberkulmer {0051}.
ma: Associated with Xglk750-7B and Xmwg710-7B [{0051}].'
This QTL corresponds to Pm5 {0051}.

Reaction to Fusarium graminearum

QTL for fusarium head blight were identified in {0078}.
QFhs.ndsu-2A {0078}. 2AL {0078}. v: Sumai 3/Stoa RI mapping population; the QTL was contributed by Stoa {0078}.
ma: Associated with XksuH16-2A (LOD>3).

QFhs.ndsu-3B {0078}. 3BS {0078}. v: Sumai 3/Stoa RI mapping population; the QTL was contributed by Stoa {0078}.
ma: Associated with Xbcd907-3B.2 (LOD>3).
A major QTL was associated with several linked AFLP markers tentatively located in chromosome 7BL of Ning 7840 {0005}.
Mesterházy et al. {0006} reported a strong genetic correlation in resistance to different species of Fusarium.

Reaction to Heterodena avenae

Cre1. 2BL {1579, 1580}. ma: A PCR-based assay was developed from Xglk605-2B {1580}.

Reaction to Puccinia graminis

Sr31. Add at the bottom of the section: '1BS/1RS recombinants 4.4 cM proximal to Gli-B1/Glu-B3 {0084}. i: MA1 and MA2 four-breakpoint double translocation lined 1RS-1BS-1RS-1BS.1BL in Pavon {0084}.'
Sr38.
6Mv = 2MS-6MS.6ML or 2MS-6ML.6MS {0009}.
Sr44.
v: Several 7A-7Ai#1L translocations {0089}.

Reaction to Puccinia recondita

Lr13. Add at the bottom of the section : 'ma: Xpsr912-2B - 9.1 cM - Lr13 - 7.9 cM - Xbcd1709-2B - 9.8 cM - Cent. {0088}.'
Lr19. L505 {1346}; Ps29 {1346}.
Lr23. Add at the bottom of the section: 'A QTL, which is likely to correspond to Lr23, was identified in the Opata 85/W-7984 (ITMI) RI mapping population. The resistance was contributed by W-7984 {0090}. ma: association with Xksu904(Per2)-2B {0009}.'
Lr26. Add at the bottom of the section: '1BS/1RS recombinants 4.4 cM proximal to Gli-B1/Glu-B3 {0084}. i: : MA1 and MA2 four-breakpoint double translocation lined 1RS-1BS-1RS-1BS·1BL in Pavon {0084}.'
Lr34. Add at the bottom of the section: 'A QTL, which is likely to correspond to Lr34, was identified in the Opata 85/W-7984 (ITMI) RI mapping population. The resistance was contributed by Opata 85 {0090}. ma: association with Xwg834-7D {0090}.'
Lr35. Add at the end of the section: 'Complete cosegregation between Lr35 and RFLP loci Xwg996-2B, Xpsr540-2B and Xbcd260-2B was observed. The RFLP probe BCD260 was converted to a CAPS and STS marker {0045}.'
Lr37. 6Mv = 2MS-6MS·6ML or 2MS-6ML·6MS {0009}.
Lr48 {0085}. Adult plant resistance {0085}. v: CSP44 Lr34 {0085}.
Recessive {0085}.
Lr49 {0085}. Adult plant resistance {0085}. v: VL404 Lr34 {0085}.
Genotype tests: Add: {0013} (Chinese cultivars).

Add at the end of the section:
'QTL for leaf rust resistance were identified in {0050} and were named according to the rules for Wheat Gene Nomenclature by the catalogue curators.'

QLr.sfr-1B [{0050}]. 1BS {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr949-1B and Xgwm18-1B {0050}.

QLr.sfr-2B [{0050}]. 2B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr924-2B and Xglk699-2B [{0050}].

QLr.sfr-3A [{0050}]. 3A {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr570-3A and Xpsr543-3A {0050}.

QLr.sfr-4B [{0050}]. 4B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr921-4B and Xpsr593-4B [{0050}].

QLr.sfr-4D [{0050}]. 4DL {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xglk302-4D and Xpsr1101-4D [{0050}].

QLr.sfr-5D [{0050}]. 5DL {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr906-5D and Xpsr580-5D [{0050}].

QLr.sfr-7B.1 [{0050}]. 7B {0050}. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xpsr593-7B and Xpsr129-7B [{0050}].

QLr.sfr-7B.2 [{0050}]. v: Forno/T. spelta var. Oberkulmer mapping population; the resistance was contributed by Forno {0050}.
ma: Associated with Xglk750-7B and Xmwg710-7B [{0050}].


Reaction to Puccinia striiformis

Yr2. Change listing to: Heines VII Yr25. Heines Peko Yr6 Yr25.
Yr7. Change to: Reichersberg 42 Yr25.
Yr9. Add new section between the 1B=1RS·1BL and 1R1B) sections: '1BS/1RS recombinants 4.4 cM proximal to Gli-B1/Glu-B3 {0084}. i: MA1 and MA2 four-breakpoint double translocation lined 1RS-1BS-1RS-1BS.1BL in Pavon {0084}.'
Yr17. 6Mv = 2MS-6MS·6ML or 2MS-6ML·6MS {0009}.
Add at the end of the section: 'Yr17 is closely linked to the scar marker SC-Y15, developed from RAPD marker OP-Y15580, and to Xpsr150-2Mv {0044}.'
Yr25. Add: v: Carina {0010}; Hugenoot {0010}; Tugela-DN {0010}. Heines Peko Yr2 Yr26 {0010}. Reichersberg 42 Yr7 {0010}.
To the sentence at end of Yr25, delete last phrase and add: This prediction was confirmed for Heines VII, Heines Peko and Reichersberg 42 {0010} but the pathogen culture used in {0010} was not virulent on Clement (Yr9) or on Strubes Dickkopf where another, or a different gene, must be present.
YrH52 {0003}. 1BS {0003}. tv: T. dicoccoides H52 {0003}.
ma: distal Yr15 - 9.6 cM - YrH52 - 1.4 cM - Nor-B1 - 0.8 cM - Xgwm 264a - 0.6 cM - Xgwm18 {0003}.
Yrns-B1 {0033}. 3BS {0033}. v: Lgst.79-74 {0033}.
ma: Xgwm493 (distal) - 21 cM - Yrns-B1 {0033}.

Reaction to Pyrenophora tritici-repentis

1. Insensitivity to tan spot toxin

tsn1. v: BR34 {0007}; CEP17 {0007}; Chinese Spring {0007}; Erik {0007}; 1A807 {0007}; 1A905 {0007};
tv: Altar 84 {0007}; D87450 {0007}.
tsn1. v: Cheyenne {0007}; Hope {0007}; Jagger {0007}; ND485 {0007}; Timstein {0007}.
tv: Ben {0007}; Medora {0007}.
ma: tsn1 - 3.7 cM - Xbcd1030 {0007}.

2. Resistance to chlorosis induction

QTsc.ndsu-1A. Add '{0040}' to the references to the QTL and the marker association. Add at the end of the section: 'QTsc.ndsu-1A confers resistance in both seedlings and adult plants.'
QTsc.ndsu-4A
{0090}. 4AL {0090}. v: Opata 85/W-7984 (ITMI) RI mapping population; the resistance was contributed by W-7984 {0090}.
ma: Association with Xksu916(Oxo2)-4A and Xksu915(14-3-3a)-4A {0090}.


GENETIC LINKAGES2DS - {0062}.


 Chromosome 2DS
  Rht8  - Ppd1     20.9 cM {0062} 



Additions to Summary Table 1
 Amc  Amylose content
 Bza  Basic leucine zipper protein of family 1a
 Bzb  Basic leucine zipper protein of family 1b
 Cbp  Chitin-binding protein
 Chi  Chitinase
 Eet  Ear emergence time
 El  Ear length
 ELIP  Early light-inducible protein
 Eps  Earliness per se
 Fgw  50-grain weight
 Fhs  Reaction to Fusarium graminearum
 Fmt  Flavonoid O-methyltransferase
 Ft  Free threshing
 Gpc  Grain protein content
 Grp  Grp94 protein (endoplasmic heat shock protein 'endoplasmin')
 Gwe  Grain weight per ear
 Hrp  Hydroxyproline-rich protein
 Ld  Lodging
 Lpx  Lipoxygenase
 LRR  Protein that contains a leucine rich repeat
 Mpc1  Myb protein c1
 NBS  Protein that contains a nucleotide binding site
 Oxo  Oxalate oxidase
 OxoLP  Oxalate oxidase-like protein
 Pal  Phenylalanine ammonia lyase
 Pdi  Protein disulphide isomerase
 Ppo  Polyphenol oxidase
 Pr  Pathogenicity related protein
 Prp  Proline-rich protein
 Rip  Ribosome inactivating protein
 Spn  Spikelet number per ear
 Tn  Tiller number per plant
 Wip  Wound-induced protein
 Yld  Yield
 14-3-3  14-3-3- protein

 

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