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Cloning and physical mapping of a wild beet (Beta procumbens) translocation in sugar beet



Cloning and physical mapping of a wild beet (Beta procumbens) translocation in sugar beet



Genetic variation for plant breeding Proceedings of the 17th EUCARPIA General Congress, Tulln, Austria, 8-11 September 2004: 259-262



Resistance against the beet cyst nematode Heterodera schachtii was transferred from wild beet into sugarbeet. The Hs1pro-1 resistance locus is located on a translocation (1.5 Mb) from chromosome I of Beta procumbens, which is attached to chromosome IX of sugarbeet. To clone the whole translocation aiming at identification of a second nematode resistance gene Hs1-1pro-1, a BAC-library was made.

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