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Comparative linkage mapping of Oryza glumaepatula and Otyza sativa interspecific crosses based on microsatellite and expressed sequence tag markers

Rangel, P.N.; Vianello Brondani, R.P.; Guedes Coelho, A.S.; Nakano Rangel, P.H.; Brondani, C.

Genetics and Molecular Biology 30(3): 614-622

2007


ISSN/ISBN: 1415-4757
Accession: 066205102

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Molecular linkage maps representing the rice genome have been an important tool for breeding programs because they allow the elucidation of polygenic traits and are an efficient tool for monitoring wild introgressions in interspecific crosses. Common markers among rice genetic maps are important in defining the homology of chromosomes and the synteny between genomic target regions. We used 148 markers (expressed sequence tags, microsatellites and single nucleotide polymorphisms) to construct a molecular linkage map based on co-dominant markers for an interspecific backcross population using a wild rice (Oryza glumaepatula) from Brazil and performed a comparative analysis with other interspecific maps. The comparative analysis revealed a Spearman correlation index of 0.86 for marker order conservation to a previous map constructed for an interspecific cross using the same wild parent. Approximately 90% of markers common to other interspecific maps kept the same order. These results indicate that it will be possible to generate a unique genetic map using the wild donor and that it may be a helpful tool for breeding programs because plants derived from different interspecific populations can be rapidly scanned using markers associated with useful wild traits.

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