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Deletion mapping of homoeologous group 6-specific wheat expressed sequence tags.

  • Author(s): Randhawa, HS
  • Dilbirligi, M
  • Sidhu, D
  • Erayman, M
  • Sandhu, D
  • Bondareva, S
  • Chao, S
  • Lazo, GR
  • Anderson, OD
  • Miftahudin
  • Gustafson, JP
  • Echalier, B
  • Qi, LL
  • Gill, BS
  • Akhunov, ED
  • Dvorák, J
  • Linkiewicz, AM
  • Ratnasiri, A
  • Dubcovsky, J
  • Bermudez-Kandianis, CE
  • Greene, RA
  • Sorrells, ME
  • Conley, EJ
  • Anderson, JA
  • Peng, JH
  • Lapitan, NL
  • Hossain, KG
  • Kalavacharla, V
  • Kianian, SF
  • Pathan, MS
  • Nguyen, HT
  • Endo, TR
  • Close, TJ
  • McGuire, PE
  • Qualset, CO
  • Gill, KS
  • et al.
Abstract

To localize wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) ESTs on chromosomes, 882 homoeologous group 6-specific ESTs were identified by physically mapping 7965 singletons from 37 cDNA libraries on 146 chromosome, arm, and sub-arm aneuploid and deletion stocks. The 882 ESTs were physically mapped to 25 regions (bins) flanked by 23 deletion breakpoints. Of the 5154 restriction fragments detected by 882 ESTs, 2043 (loci) were localized to group 6 chromosomes and 806 were mapped on other chromosome groups. The number of loci mapped was greatest on chromosome 6B and least on 6D. The 264 ESTs that detected orthologous loci on all three homoeologs using one restriction enzyme were used to construct a consensus physical map. The physical distribution of ESTs was uneven on chromosomes with a tendency toward higher densities in the distal halves of chromosome arms. About 43% of the wheat group 6 ESTs identified rice homologs upon comparisons of genome sequences. Fifty-eight percent of these ESTs were present on rice chromosome 2 and the remaining were on other rice chromosomes. Even within the group 6 bins, rice chromosomal blocks identified by 1-6 wheat ESTs were homologous to up to 11 rice chromosomes. These rice-block contigs were used to resolve the order of wheat ESTs within each bin.

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