Mapping quantitative trait loci controlling early growth in a (longleaf pine x slash pine) x slash pine BC (1) family

Weng, C..; Kubisiak, L..; Nelson, D..; Stine, M..

TAG. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 104(5): 852-859

2002


ISSN/ISBN: 1432-2242
PMID: 12582646
DOI: 10.1007/s00122-001-0840-x
Accession: 049530920

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Abstract
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers were employed to map the genome and quantitative trait loci controlling the early growth of a pine hybrid F(1) tree ( Pinus palustris Mill. x P. elliottii Engl.) and a recurrent slash pine tree ( P. elliottii Engl.) in a (longleaf pine x slash pine) x slash pine BC(1) family consisting of 258 progeny. Of the 150 hybrid F(1) parent-specific RAPD markers, 133 were mapped into 17 linkage groups covering a genetic distance of 1,338.2 cM. Of the 116 slash pine parent-specific RAPD markers, 83 were mapped into 19 linkage groups covering a genetic distance of 994.6 cM. A total of 11 different marker intervals were found to be significantly associated with 13 of the 20 traits on height and diameter growth using MAPMAKER/QTL. Nine of the eleven marker intervals were unique to the hybrid parent 488 genome, and two were unique to the recurrent parent 18-27 genome. The amount of phenotypic variance explained by the putative QTLs ranged from 3.6% to 11.0%. Different QTLs were detected at different ages. Two marker intervals from the hybrid parent 488 were found to have QTL by environment interactions.

Mapping quantitative trait loci controlling early growth in a (longleaf pine x slash pine) x slash pine BC(1) family