Wheat Gene Catalog - 2005 supplement continued - Morphological and Physiological Traits..

V. CATALOGUE OF GENE SYMBOLS FOR WHEAT: 2005 Supplement Continued.

Morphological and Physiological Traits

 

6. Awnedness

6.1. Dominant Inhibitors

6.1.2. Tipped 1

B1. ma: Terminally located {10189}.

 

9. Brittle Rachis (revised section)

Br-A1 {10182}. Br2 {0130}.

Br-B1 {10182}. Br3 {0130}.

Br-D1 {10182}. Br1 {9970}. v: After the present entry, add: 'KU510, K/U511, KU515 {10182}.

 

10. Boron Tolerance

Add at end of section: In contrast to tolerance, boron efficiency was studied in {10135}. Monogenic segregation occurred in Bonza (B inefficient) / SW 41 (moderately B inefficient) and SW 41 / Fang 60 (B efficient). Two genes, designated Bod1 and Bod2 segregated in Bonza / Fang 60.

 

20. Flowering time

Winter wheat cross, Arina (149 days) / Forno (150 days): Six QTL detected over six environments, the three most important, all from Arina, were in chromosomes 6DL (R^2^ = 16 %), 3DL (R^2^ = 14 %) and 7BL (R^2^ = 13 %); three others in 2AL, 5BL, and 6DL were from Forno (10172).

 

27. Red (brown/bronze) glumes

Rg2. v: Synthetic Hexaploid-11 ma: Xpsp2000-1D - 9.3 cM - Rg2 - 21.2 cM - Xgwm106-1D

{10128}. {10128}.

 

33. Hairy Glume

Hg.. ma: Tel Hg/BG605525 - 3.8 cM - Xpsp2999 (Glu3)-1A {10193}.

 

39.3 Reduced Height: QTL

Add at end of section:

Arina (120.5 cm) / Forno (103 cm): 5 QTLs in 1AS, 1BL, 2AL, 5AL, and 6DL (R^2^ values, 8-23 %) of which only one, QHt.fal.1BL, originated in Forno {10172}.

Rht-B1IC12196 [{10144}]. Rht-B1^1C12196^ {10144}. tv: T. turgidum subsp. polonicum IC12196 (10144).

 

43. Lack of Ligules

Revise section as follows: The liguleless character is controlled by complementary recessive genes in hexaploid wheat {077, 738, 942} and by a single recessive in tetraploid wheat {047 ,050, 939,10133}. One gene at the tetraploid level is allelic with one of those in the hexaploid {939,10133}. Evidence for orthology of lg1 and lg2 with lg of rice {170}, lg1 of maize {004}, li of barley {1155,} and al of rye was presented in {725}. al: Imperial rye chromosome 2R restored the liguled condition to a liguleless CS derivative {939}.

lg1{047}. 2B {942}. i: ANK33 = Novosibirskaya 67*10 / K59990 {}.

v: Eligulate W1342 lg2 lg3 {942, 10133}; K31289 {10133} K59990 {}; K53660 {10133}; Liguleless partial backcross derivative of CS{939}.

tv: K17769 {10133}; K17784 {10133}.

lg2. 2D{942}. i: ANK33 = Novosibirskaya 67*10 / K59990 {}.

v: Eligulate W1342 lg1 lg3{942, 10133}; Liguleless partial backcross derivative of CS{939}.

tv: K17769 {10133}; K17784 {10133}.

lg3 {10133}. 2A {10133}. i: ANK33 = Novosibirskaya 67*10 / K59990 {}.

v: Present in all hexaploid cultivars.

Genotypes of selected tetraploid wheat {10133}:

Lg1Lg1 Lg3Lg3: T. turgidum subsp. durum Ldn-dic DS 2A: T. turgidum subsp. dicoccum Khapli; Vernal; T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides Israel A; MG4343.

Lg1Lg1 lg3lg3: T. turgidum subsp. durum: Altaiskaya Niva; Castelpoziano; Langdon; Ldn-GB DS 2B; Golden Ball; Modoc; PI 349056.

lg1lg1 Lg3Lg3: None identified.

 

Phenol Colour Reaction of Kernels

Wheat genotypes vary in response when caryopses are treated with weak solutions of phenol, a dark colour response being indicative of a positive response. This response is believed to be related to the action of tyrosinase. There seems to a genetic relationship with polyphenol oxidase activity which causes a darkening of flour, pasta and noodle products (see also 56. Polyphenol Oxidase (PPO) activity).

 

Tc1 {10130}. 2AL {10131,10130}. su: Various substitutions of chromosomes 2A into CS {10131}.

sutv: Langdon* / dicoccoides 2A {10130}.

tv: Golden Ball {10130}.

Tc2 {10130}. 2BL {10130}. sutv: Langdon* / Golden Ball 2B {10130}.

tv: Golden Ball {10130}

Tc3 [{10131}]. Tc (10131). 2DL {10131}. su: CS / *Timstein 2D {10131}.

v: Chinese Spring (intermediate response) {10130}. Timstein Tc1 {10131}.

sutv: Langdon* / CS 2D(2A); Langdon* / CS 2B(2D) {10130}. T. turdigum subsp. dicoccoides Israel A {10130}. Lines with a negative phenol color reaction.

v: Timstein {10131}.

tv: Cocorit 71 {10130}; Langdon {10130}.

 

55. Pollen Killer

Add to section:

Kato & Maeda {10164} reported both partial pollen and seed sterility in crosses involving certain landraces and Chinese Spring. They attributed sterility to recessive alleles of three complementary genes. The genes were designated Ki2, Ki3, and Ki4 (10164), but the relationship of Ki3 to the earlier designated Ki was not established. Some genotypes:

Ki2 Ki3 Ki4. v: Aka Kawa Aka {10165}; Hope {10165}; Marquis {10165}; Red Russian {10165}.

ki2 Ki3 Ki4. v: Akadaruma {10165}; Canthatch {10165}; Norin 61 {10165}; Pakistani Landrace IL159 {10164}.

Ki2 ki3 Ki4. v: Gabo {10165}; Thatcher {10165}; Timstein {10165}; Zlatiborka {10165}.

Ki2 Ki3 ki4. v: Kagoshima {10165}; Komugi Jingoro {10165}; Sakobore {10165}.

ki2 ki3 Ki4. v: Finnish Landrace WAG4339 {10165}; Hungarian Landrace WAG4458 {10165}; Novosadska Jara {10165}.

ki2 Ki3 ki4. v: Chinese Spring {10165}; Eshima Shinriki {10165}; Ethiopian Landrace IL70 {10164}; Norin 26 {10165}.

Ki2 ki3 ki4. v: Cadet {10165}; Iraqi Landrace IL171 {10165}; Rex {10165}.

 

56. Polyphenol Oxidase (PPO) Activity

Add at end of first paragraph: An orthologous series of genes affecting PPO activity in both common wheat and durum was proposed in {10149}. See also, Phenol Colour Reaction of Kernels.

Reaction to Black-Point of Grain

Black-point is a dark discoloration of the embryo region of the kernels. Whereas black-point is often attributed to infection by a number of fungi, the presence of such fungi may be a consequence of saprophytic colonization of affected tissues rather than the cause (see {10148} for references).

QTL: Sunco / Tasman DH population: QTL located in chromosomes 2B (15 % of phenotypic variation), 3D, 4A (from Sunco) and 1D, 5A. and 7AS (from Tasman {10148}. The 2B gene was associated with the presence of Sr36 {10148}.

Cascades / AUS1408 DH population: QTL from Cascades located in chromosomes 2D (5c M from Xgwm484-2D, 18 % of phenotypic variation), 2A (13 %), and 7As (12 %) {10148}.

 

58. Response to Photoperiod

Ppd-B1. ma: Gene order: Xwhs2002-2B/Xgwm257-2B - Ppd-B1 - Xgwm7B. Actual linkage values varied between crosses (10129).

 

61. Response to Vernalization

Vrn-A1a. Under i: Change 'Triple Dirk' to 'Triple Dirk D (GenBank AY616458 & AY616459 {10198}) {1171,1172}'.

Under v2: Insert 'Triple Dirk Vrn-B1a {1173} .

Vrn-A1b {10198}. v: Marquis PI94548 (GenBank AY616461) {10198}.

tv: T. turgidum var. durum ST36 {10198}.

Vrn-A1c {10198}. This allele has a promoter similar to recessive vrn-A1a from Triple Dirk C {10198} and a large deletion in intron 1 {10202}.

v: IL162 {10198}; IL369 {10198} has a 5.5kb deletion in Vrn-A1 intron 1 {10202}.

tv: Aldura PI 486150 {10202}; Leeds CI 13796 {10202}; Mexicali 75 PI 433760 {10202}; Minos CI 15161 {10202}. Most durum genotypes have a 7.2-kb deletion in intron 1 {10202}.

Vrn-A1d {10198}. tv: T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides Amrim 34 {10198}: FA15 (GenBank AY616462) {10198}; Iraq 8736 {10198}; Tabigha 15 {10198}.

Vrn-A1e {10198}. tv: T. turgidum var. dicoccum ST27 = Vernal (GenBank AY616463) {10198}.

Vrn-B1. Add as the second note following the ma: entry: 'All common wheat genotypes carrying Vrn-B1a studied so far have a 6.8kb deletion in intron 1 (Triple Dirk B, Bersee, Festiguay, Mara, Milturum, Noe, Spica) {10202}.'

Vrn-D1. Add as a note following the v2 entry: 'All the common wheat genotypes carrying Vrn-D1a studied so far have 4.2-kb deletion in intron 1 (Triple Dirk E, Chinese Spring, Norin 61, Shinchunaga, Shirasagi Komugi, Ushio Komugi) {10202}.'

 

69. Tiller Inhibition

tin1. 1A {10193}. v: Banks + tin {10193}; Oligoculm 390 {10193}; Uniculm 492 {10193}.

ma: Xpsp2999(Glu3)-1A- - 3.9 cM - tin1/Xgwm136-1A - 2.4 cM - Xwhs179-1A {10193}; the 350-bp allele of Xgwm136-1A was diagnostic of tin1 {10193}.

 

Stem solidness

Qsst.msub-3BL {10206}. 3BL{10206}. v: Rampart PI 593889 {10306}.

ma: Linked to microsatellite markers Xgwm247-3B, Xgwm340-3B, and Xgwm547-3B. These markers explained 76 % of the total variation for stem solidness in Rampart / Jerry {10206}.

 

72. Change to Yield and Yield Components

72.4. Change to Grain yield

QYld.ndsu-5B [{10161}]. [QGy.ndsu-5B {10161}]. v: LDN (DIC5B) / LDN, contributed by LDN {10161}.

ma: Mapped to the Xbcd1030-5B - Xgwm604-5B interval {10161}.

 

74.1. Grain protein content

QGpc.ndsu-5B.1 {10161}. 5B (10161). v: LDN (DIC5B) / LDN, contributed by DIC5B {10161}.

ma: Nearest marker, Xgwm604-5B {10161}.

QGpc.ndsu-5B.2 {10161}. 5B {10161}. v: LDN (DIC5B) / LDN, contributed by DIC5B {10161}.

ma: Nearest marker, Xabc310-5B {10161}.

QGpc.ndsu-5B.3 {10161}. 5B {10161}. v: LDN (DIC5B) / LDN, contributed by DIC5B {10161}.

ma: Nearest marker, Xwg909-5B {10161}.

 

74.5.6 Waxy proteins

Wx-A1f [{10187}]. Null allele. v: Turkey-124 {10187}; Turkey 140 {10187}; Turkey 171 {10187}; Turkey 280 {10187}; Turkey 299 {10187}.

Lines with this allele produce a PCR product with a 173-bp insertion in an exon {10187}.

 

74.5.8. Puroindolines and grain softness proteins

Pina-D1.

Pina-D1b. v2: Delete Fortuna and Glenman from this group.

Pina-D1l {10168}. Pina-D1c [{10168}]. v1: Sanyuehuang, Guangtouxiaomai, Xiaoyuhua, Chengduguangtou, and Baikezaomai Chinese landraces {10208}.

v2: Fortuna (USA) Pinb-D1a {10168}; Glenman Pinb-D1a {10168}.

Pina-D1l has a C deletion leading to an open reading frame shift and premature stop codon; PINA null, hard kernel texture {10208}.

Pina-D1m {101208}. v: Hongheshang {10208}.

C-to-T subsitution : Proline-35 to serine ; hard kernel texture {10208}.

Pina-D1n {10208}. v: Xianmai, Zhuantoubaike, Baimangchun, Yazuizi, Yazuixiaomai Chinese landraces {10208}.

G-to-A substitution : Tryptophan-43 to stop codon; PINA null, hard kernel texture {10208}.

Pinb-D1.

Pinb-D1r [{10209}]. Pinb-D1h {10209}. v: Hyb65 (NCBI AJ619022) {10209}.

G insertion : open reading frame shift and premature stop codon; hard kernel texture {10209}.

Pinb-D1s {10209}. v: NI5439 (NCBI AJ619021) {10209}.

G insertion as in Pinb-D1r and an A-to-G substitution; hard kernel texture {10209}.

Pinb-D1t {10208}. v: Guangtouxianmai {10208}; Hongmai {10208}.

G-to-C substitution: Glycine-47 to arginine; hard kernel texture {10208}.

 

 

Pathogenic Disease/Pest Reaction

 

75. Reaction to Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus

Add: Cereal Yellow Dwarf Virus.

Bdv2. Insert note: Derived from tissue culture.

v: Mackellar = LH64C {10177}.

Derived by ph1-induced recombination.

v: Yw243, Yw443, Yw642 and Yw1029 {see 10177}.

ma: Add: Two RGAP and one RAPD markers developed for the Yw series also effective for at least TC14 {10177}.

Bdv3 {10159}. Derived from Th. intermedium. cv. Ohahe {10158}. T7DS·7DL-7E {10157}

v: P961341 PI 634825 {10157}.

ad: P107 {10159}.

su: P29 (7D{7E}) {10156}.

 

76. Reaction to Blumeria tritici

As a second line add:

'Resistance genes and their molecular associations are reviewed in {10141}.'.

 

76.1. Designated genes for resistance

Pm3h {10212}. v: Abessi {10212,10199}

ma: tel. Pm3h - 3.7 cM - Xgwm905-1A {10199}.

Pm3i {10212}. v: N324 {10199}

ma: tel. Pm3i - 7.2 cM - Xgwm905-1A {10199}.

Pm3j {10212}. v: Gus 122 {10199}

ma: tel. Pm3j - 1.2 cM - Xgwm905-1A {10199}.

Seven variants of Xgwm905-1A were found among standard lines with the 10 Pm3 resistance alleles {10199}.

Pm4a. v: Yangmai 10 {10176}; Yangmai 11 (10176).

ma: Change last part of last sentence to: '; Xbcd1231-2A was converted to a STS marker {0069;10176} and to a Pm4a-specific dominant PCR marker {10176}. Xgwm356-2A - 4.8 cM - Pm4a {10176}.

Pm17. ma: Pm17 - 7.8 cM - Xmwg68-1R - 10.9 cM - Sec-1 in 1RS {10167}.

Pm31 [{0301}]. Modify or add as required: mlG {0301}. 6AL {0301}.

ma: cent.. Pm31 - 0.6cM - Xpsp3029.1 - 2.5 cM - Xpsp3071-6A {0301}.

Pm21. Add note at end of section: Three lines, Pm97033, Pm97034, and Pm07035, with a 6DL.6VS translocation were developed from a different source of H. villosa {10194}. These may carry Pm21.

Pm33 {10205}. PmPS5B {10205}. 2BL {10205}.

v: F3 line Am9 // 3* Laizhou 953 {10205}.

v2: Am9 = T. turgidum subsp. carthlicum PS5 / Ae. umbellulata Y39 {10205}.

tv2: T. turgidum subsp. carthlicum PS5 PmPS5A {10205}.

mlRd30 (10175). Recessive. 7AL (10175).

v: RD30 {10175}. TA2682c {10175}.

ma: Xgwm344-7A - 1.8 cM - mlRD30 - 2.3 cM - Xksuh9-7A {10175}; TA2682c carries a second dominant gene located in chromosome 1A {10175}.

MlZec {10127}. 2BL {10127}. tv: T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides Mo49 {10127}.

v: Zecoi 1 = Ralle*3 / T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides {10127}.

ma: Distally located in chromosome 2BL {10127}.

To 'Genotype lists: add to Chinese wheats {',10201'}.

 

78. Reaction to Diuraphis noxia

Dn4. ma: Xgwm106-1D - 5.9 cM - Dn4 - 9.2 cM - Xgwm337-1D {10128}.

Dn7. v: 94M370 {10188}.

ma: Xbcd1434-1R - 1.4 cM - Dn7 - 7.4 cM - Xksud14-1R {10188}.

Dn1881 {10145}. 7BS {10145}. tv: Line 1881 {10145}.

ma: Xgwm46-7BS - 10.1 cM - Dn1881 - 12.8 cM - Xgwm333-7BL {10145}.

 

QTL: QTls for antixenosis were associated with Xpsr687-7D (7DS) and Xgwm437-7D (7DL) in CS / CS (Synthetic 7D) {10136}. Separate antibiotic effects were demonstrated for the same chromosome {10136}.

 

79. Reaction to Fusarium spp.

79.1.

Insert after Patterson / Fundulea

Arina (R) / Forno (S): Three QTL, QFhs.fal-6DL (R^2^ = 22 %), QFhs.fal-5BL.1 (in Forno, R^2^ = 14 %), and QFhs.fal.4AL (R^2^ = 10 %), and five minor QTL in 2AL, 3AL, 3BL, 3DS, and 5DL were detected (10172).

Frontana (R) / Remus (S): Major QTL in chromosomes 3AL (Xgwm270-3AL - Xdupw227-3A region) and 5A (Xgwm129-5A - Xbarc-5A region) accounted for 16 % and 9 % of the phenotypic variation (mainly type-1 resistance), respectively, over 3 years (10174).

Nanda2419 (S) / Wangshuibai (R): eight QTL were identified; those with large effects were associated with Xgwm533-3B.3 - Xgwm533-3B.1 (W), Xwmc539-6B (W), and Xs1021m-2B - Xgwm47-2B {10190}.

Wangshuibai (R)/ Wheaton (S): QTL located in chromosomes 3BS (Xbarc147-3B, R^2^ = 37% & Xbarc344-3B, R^2^ = 7 %), 7AL (Xwms1083-7A, R^2^ = 10 %), and 1BL (Xwms759-1B, R^2^ = 12 %) {10200}.

Insert at end of section:

Haplotype diversity among a large number of FHB resistant and susceptible (mainly Canadian) germplasms indicated similarities in Asian, Brazilian and other materials (10173). Brazilian cv. Maringa was more similar to Asian than to other Brazilian lines (10173).

 

80. Reaction to Heterodera avenae

Cre1. v: Chara {10163}; Mira {10163}; Mitre {10163}.

 

82. Reaction to Mayetiola destructor

H32 {10137}. 3DL {10137}. v: Synthetic W7984 {10137}.

ma: Xgwm3-3D - H32 - XksuE14-3D {10137}.

 

84. Reaction to Mycosphaerella graminicola

Stb4. 7DS {10140}. ma: Stb4 - 0.7 cM - Xgwm111-7D {10140}.

Add to existing comment: Genetic analysis of Tadinia indicated single gene segregation (assumed to be Stb4) with a Californian culture but a different single gene segregation with South American isolates {10140}.

QTL: ITMI Population: Three QTL, QStb.ipk-1DS, QStb.ipk-2DS and QStb.ipk-6DS conferred seedling-stage resistance to two isolates, whereas two QTL QStb.ipk-3DL and QStb.ipk-7BL conferred separate adult-stage resistances to each isolate {10151}.

 

86. Reaction to Phaeophaeria nodorum

SnbTM. Add reference {10210}. v: Red Chief {10210}, Hadden {10210}, Missouri Queen {10210}, Cooker 76-35 {10210}, 81IWWMN 2095 {10210}, 86ISMN 2137 {10210}. Allelism of the hexaploid wheat gene and the T. timopheevii SnbTM is suspected but not confirmed.

86.1 Add to QTL:

A QTL, QSnl.ihar-6A-6AL, identified in DH lines of Alba (R) / Begra (S) accounted for 36% of the phenotypic variance in disease severity and 14% of the variance in incubation period (10143).

 

87. Reaction to Puccinia graminis

Sr2. ma: STMs for the Xgwm533-3B locus had increased specificity as markers for Sr2 {10142}.

Sr27. Enter the reference number '10162' at three {} positions under 3A and one {} position under 3B.

 

88. Reaction to Puccinia striiformis

Yr1. v2: Savannah Yr2 Yr5 Yr9 Yr32 {10032}.

Yr3. v2: Savannnah Yr1 Yr2 Yr9 Yr32 {10016}. Senat Yr32{10016}.

Yr9. v2: Savannah Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr17 {10016}. Kauz and derivatives, Bakhtawar 94, WH542, Memof, Basribey 95, Seyhan 95 Yr18 Yr27{10160}.

Yr17. v2: Savannah Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr32 {10016}.

Yr18. v2: Kauz and derivatives, Bakhtawar 94, WH542, Memof, Basribey 95, Seyhan 95 Yr9 Yr27{10160}.

Yr27 Change v1: Add: Attila {928}; McMurachy {928}; Inquilab 91 {928}; Kauz {928}; Opata 85 {928}; {953} to {928}. PWB343 {928}.

v2: Kauz and derivatives, Bakhtawar 94,WH542, Memof, Basribey 95, Seyhan 95 Yr9 Yr18{10160}.

ma: When analysed as a QTL, variation associated with the Sr27 locus was associated with RFLP markers Xcdo152-2B and Xcdo405-2B {928}.Delete the comment starting with 'Note'.

Yr32. YrCV {1430}. Correct chromosome location to 2AL {10016}.

i: Tres / 6* Avocet S (10016).

v: Anouska {1430}; Tres (10016).

v2: Savannah Yr1 Yr2 Yr3 Yr4 Yr17 {10016}. Senat Yr3 {10016}.

ma: Xwmc198-2A - 2 cM - Yr32 {10016}. Yr32 was co-incident with one AFLP marker {10016}.

Yr35 {10203}. YrS8 {10204 }. 6BS {10203}.

v: 98M71 = AUS 91388 = T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides 479 / 7*CS {10204}.

tv: T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides 479 {10204}.

Yr36 {10138}. Adult plant resistance. 6BS {10138}.

i: Yecora Rojo NIL PI 638740 {10138}.

v: Glupro {10138}.

itv: UC1113 NIL PI 638741 {10138}.

tv: RSL#65 {623,10138}; T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides FA-15 {10138}.

ma: Yr36 is between Xucw74-6B and Xucw77-6B and 3-7cM proximal to Nor-B2 {10138}. Yr36 is closely linked to the high grain protein locus of T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides FA-15 {10138}.

Yr37 {10139}. Derived from Ae. kotschyi. 2DL {10139}.

v: Line S14 {10139}.

ad: Line 8078 {10139}.

al: Ae. kotschyi 617 {10139}.

 

88.3. QTL

Otane (R) / Tiritea (S) DH population: QTL in 7DS (probably Yr18), 5DL (from Otane), and 7BL (Tiritea) {10150}. Interval mapping of 7DS indicated that that the presumed Yr18 was 7cM from Xgwm44-7D {10150}.

Kariega / Avocet S DH population. Two QTL QYr.sgi-7D (probably Yr18) and QYr.sgi.2B.1 accounted for 29 and 30 %, respectively, of the phenotypic variation for stripe rust response. The nearest marker to the latter was Xgwm148-2B {10184}.

 

89. Reaction to Puccinia triticina

Lr1. dv: Several Ae. tauschii accessions {10191}.

ma: Terminally located {10189}. In Ae. tauschii recombination in the region was 5-10X that in common wheat, gene order Xpsr567-5D - Lr1 - Xabc718-5D {10191}.

Lr2a. v2: Ck 9835 Lr9 {10146}. Ck 9663 Lr9 Lr10 {10146}.

Lr9. v2: Ck 9835 Lr2a {10146}. Ck 9663 Lr2a Lr10 {10146}. Lockett Lr24 {10146}.

Lr10. v2: Ck 9663 Lr2a Lr9 {10146}.

Lr11. v: Pioneer 2850 {0523}, Pocahontas {10146}, Saluda {10146}.

Lr13. v2: AC Barrie Lr16 {10178}.

Lr16. After the existing reference for 2BS add: ',10170'.

v: AC Domain {10170}; AC Foremost {10170}; McKenzie {10170}.

v2: AC Barrie Lr13 {10178}.

ma: Distally located: Lr16 - Xwmc764-2B, 1, 9, and 3 cm, respectively, in crosses RL4452 / AC Domain, BW278 / AC Foremost, and HY644 / McKenzie (10170,10189).

Lr17a. v: Jagger {10146}.

Lr24. v: Lockett Lr9 {10146}.

ma: Linked with SCAR marker SCS73719 earlier thought to tag Lr19 {10147}.

Lr50. v: Correct existing entry of WGR36 to 'KS96WGRC36 = TAM*3 / TA870 {0221}'. Add to existing entries: U2657 = Karl 92*4 / TA674 {0221}; U3067 = TAM107*4 / TA874 {0221}; U3193 = TAM107*4 / TA874 {0221}.

tv: T. timopheevii subsp. ameniacum TA145 {0221}; TA874 {0221}; TA870 {0221}; TA895 {0221}.

ma: Linked with Xgwm382-2B (6.7 cM) and Xgdm87-2B (9.4 cM) {0221}.

Lr53 {10203}. LrS8 {10204}. 6BS {10203}.

v: 98M71 = AUS 91388 = T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides 479 / 7*CS {10204}.

tv: T. turgidum subsp. dicoccoides 479 {10204}.

Lr54 {10139}. Derived from Ae. kotschyi. 2DL {10139}.

v: Line S14 {10139}.

ad: Line 8078 {10139}.

al: Ae. kotschyi 617 {10139}.

Lr55 {10180}. Derived from Elymus trachycaulis {10180}. 1B (T1BL·1H^t^S {10180}.

ad: CS + 1H^t^ {10180}.

v: KS04WGRC45 = Heyne*3 / TA5586.

 

Complex genotypes:

AC Splendor: Lr1 Lr16 Lr34 {10179}.

AC Teal: Lr1 Lr13 Lr16 {821}.

Alsen: Lr2a Lr19 Lr13 Lr23 Lr34 {10152}.

Norm: Lr1 Lr10 Lr13 Lr16 Lr23 Lr34 {10152}.

 

At end of section add to: Genotype lists: U.S.A. cultivars. '{.,10146,10152}.'

 

89.3. QTL for reaction to P. triticina

QTL: Two QTL for slow leaf rusting, located on chromosome arms 2B and 7BK, were mapped for final severity, area under disease progress, and infection rate in the CI 13227 (resistant) / Suwon (susceptible) SSD population {10211}. The QLr.osu-2B was associated to microsatellite markers Xbarc18-2B and Xbarc167-2B (R^2^ = 9-18 %). The QLr.osu-7BL was associated to microsatellite marker Xbarc182-7B (R^2^ = 12-15 %) {10211}. CI 13227 contributed the resistant alleles for both QTL.

 

90. Reaction to Pyrenophora tritici repentis

Delete the second sentence of the introduction and replace with 'Virulence in the pathogen is mediated by host-specific toxins and host resistance is characterized by insensitivity to those toxins. Three toxins, Ptr ToxA, Ptr ToxB, and Ptr ToxC have been identified (see {10153}).

 

90.1 Insensitivity to tan spot toxin

tsn1 Add reference v: AC Barrie {10153}; AC Cadillac {10153}; AC Elsa {10153}; Hadden {10155}; Laura {10207}. {10153}; Line 6B-365 {10155}; Red Chief {10155}.

ma: Completely linked to markers Xfcg1-5B, Xfcg10-5B, Xfcg16-5B, and Xfcg17-5B {10207}.

 

90.2

In the 2004 Supplement change tsc1 to tsc2.

QTL: Replace 2004 entry with: 'ITMI population: In addition to tsc2 which accounted for 69 % of the phenotypic variation in response to race 5, a QTL in chromosome 4AL (Xksu916(Oxo)-4AS, W-7948) accounted for 20 % of the phenotypic variation {10015}.

Add at the end of the section 'Introgressions of genes for insensitivity to Ptr ToxA and Ptr ToxB are outlined in {10153}.

 

92. Reaction to Schizaphis graminum

Gb2. ma: 2.7 cm proximal to Sec1 in 1RS, but cosegregated with Sec-1P {10167}.

Gb3. ma: Xgwm037-7D - 0.4 cM - Gb3/Xwmc634-7D - 0.8 cM {10169}.

Gb7 {10169}. 7DL {10169}. v: Synthetic W7984 {10169}.

tv: Ae. tauschii TA1651 {10169}.

ma: Xwg420-7D - 2.1 cM - Gb7 - 13.4 cM - Xwmc671-7D {10169}.

Gby {10192}. 7A {10192}. v: Sando's Selection 4040 {10192}.

ma: Xpsr119-7A/Xbcd98-7A - 5.8 cM - Gby - 3.8 cM - XPr1B-7A {10192}.

Gbz {10171}. 7DL (10171). v: KSU97-85-3 {10171}.

tv: Ae. tauschii TA1675 {10171}.

ma: Xgdm46-7DI - 9.5 cM - Xwmc157-7D/Gb3/Gbz - 5.1 cM - Xbarc53-7D {10171}.

 

QTL: Antibiosis was associated with several markers, including Rc3 (7DS) in chromosome 7D {10167}.

 

Reaction to Soil-Borne Cereal Mosaic

Sbm1 [{10132}]. SbmCz1{10132}. v: Cadenza {10132}.

Sbm1 was identified in a DH population of Avalon (susceptible) / Cadenza {10132}.

 

93. Reaction to Tapesia yallundae

Add at end of section: Resistance was reported in line SS767 = PI 611939, a 4J(4D) substitution line {10134}. The alien chromosome was derived from Th. ponticum.

 

94. Reaction to Tilletia caries

Bt8. v: HY476 {10181}.

Bt10. v: AC2000 {10181}; AC Cadillac {10181}; AC Carma {10181}; AC Crystal {10181}; AS Foremost {10181}; AC Taber {10181}; AC Vista {10181}.

 

97. Reaction to Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic Bymovirus (WSSMV)

Wss1 {10154}. Derived from Haynaldia villosa. 4D (T4DL·4VS) {10154}.

tr: NAU413 {10154}.

su: Yangmai#5 4V(4D) {10154}.

 

100. Reaction to Colonization by Eriophyes tulipae

Cmc1. i: Norsar*5 / Cmc1 {10166}.

Cmc2. i: Norstar*5 / Cmc2 {10166}.

Cmc3. i: Norstar*5 / Cmc3 {10166}. Need to confirm relationship of 1RS segment in Amigo and Salmon as this NIL was derived from KS80H4200 a Chinese Spring Salmon line.




IV. GENETIC LINKAGES.

To the references in the first paragraph in the 2001 Supplement, add: '187'.

 Chromosome 1AS
  Xgli-A5  - Pm3g  5.2 cM {0070}

 Chromosome 2AL
  Cent  - Tc2  46.8cM ± 0.9cM {10133}
 Yr32  - Yr1  I & 35 cM {10016}
 Tc2  - Lg1  11.9 cM {10133}

 Chromosome 2BS
  Yr27  - Lr1  3 3.6c M ± 2.0 cM {928}

 Chromosome 2BL
  Cent  - Tc2  40.7cM ± 0.9 cM {10133}
 Gene order: Cent - Xgwm382-2B - 8.0 cM - Xgwm619-2B - 35.7 cM - Tc2 - 9.1 cM - lg1 {10133}

 Chromosome 2DL
  Cent  - Tc3  38.8 % ± 5.8 % {10131}

 Chromosome 3AS
  Br-A1  - Cent  20.6 cM {10182}

 Chromosome 3DL
  Br-D1  - Cent  21.1 cM {10182}

 

 Chromosome 7DL
  Gb7  - Gb3  8.75 cM {10169}

 

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