Genetic linkage maps of Fenneropenaeus chinensis were constructed using a “double pseudo-testcross” strategy with 200 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) markers. This study represents the first SNP genetic linkage map for F. chinensis. The parents and F 1 progeny of 100 individuals were used as mapping populations. 21 genetic linkage groups in the male and female maps were identified. The male linkage map was composed of 115 loci and spanned 879.7 cM, with an average intermarker spacing of 9.4 cM, while the female map was composed of 119 loci and spanned 876.2 cM, with an average intermarker spacing of 8.9 cM. The estimated coverage of the linkage maps was 51.94% for the male and 53.77% for the female, based on two estimates of genome length. The integrated map contains 180 markers distributed in 16 linkage groups, and spans 899.3 cM with an average marker interval of 5.2 cM. This SNP genetic map lays the foundation for future shrimp genomics and genetic breeding studies, especially the discovery of gene or regions for economically important traits in Chinese shrimp.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: May 8, 2013
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