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Establishment of molecular markers and linkage groups in two F2 populations of Upland cotton

Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 92(8): 915-919

Establishment of molecular markers and linkage groups in two F2 populations of Upland cotton

Two F2 populations of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) from the crosses of HS46 x MARCABUCAG8US-1-88 (MAR) and HS46 x Pee Dee 5363 (PD5363) were characterized for restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs) using DNA probes. Seventy-three probe/enzyme combinations were used in the HS46 x MAR population analysis, which resulted in 42 informative polymorphic fragments. These 42 moleclar markers represented 26 polymorphic loci, which consisted of 15 codominant and 11 dominant (+/-) genotypes. Chi-square analyses of these loci fit expected genotypic ratios of 1∶2∶1 and 3∶1, respectively An analysis of these loci with the MAPMAKER program resulted in the establishment of four linkage groups A, B, C, and D with 4,2,2, and 2 loci, respectively, as well as 16 unlinked loci. Six probe-enzyme combinations were assayed on the HS46 x PD5363 population, which resulted in 11 informative polymorphic fragments. These 11 fragments represented 6 polymorphic loci, 1 dominant (+/-) and 5 codominant genotypes. The MAPMAKER analysis of these loci yielded 2 linked loci. Thus, a total of 53 polymorphic fragments and 32 polymorphic loci, representing five linkage groups, were identified among the two families.

Accession: 002831116

PMID: 24166617

DOI: 10.1007/BF00224030

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