Features of alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution and addition lines (Hordeum marinum subsp. gussoneanum)-Triticum aestivum

Features of alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution and addition lines (Hordeum marinum subsp.... Two alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution lines were studied: a line replaced at three pairs of chromosomes 1H mar (1B), 5H mar (5D), and 7H mar (7D), and the disomic-substituted line 7H mar (7D). The lines were constructed on the basis of individual plants from BC1F8 and BC2F6 progeny of barley-wheat hybrids (H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson (= H. geniculatum All.) (2n = 28) × T. aestivum L.) (2n = 42) (Pyrotrix 28), respectively. Moreover, the alloplasmic wheat-barley ditelosomic addition line 7HL mar isolated among plants from the BC1F6 progeny of a barley-wheat amphiploid was studied, which in this work corresponds to BC2F10 and BC2F11 progeny. It was ascertained that when grown in the field, these alloplasmic lines manifest stable self-fertility. Plants of the given lines are characterized by low height, shortened ears, the fewer number of stems and ears, and of spikelets in the ear, by decreased grain productivity and weight of 1000 grains, in comparison with the common wheat cultivar Pyrotrix 28. The inhibition of trait expression in alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution and addition lines may be connected not only with the influence of wild barley chromosomes functioning in the genotypic environment of common wheat, but also with the effect of the barley cytoplasm. The alloplasmic line with substitution of chromosomes 1H mar (1B), 5H mar (5D), and 7H mar (7D) or the alloplasmic line 5HL mar with ditelosomic addition have, in comparison with the common wheat cultivar Pyrotrix 28, an increased grain protein content, which is explained by the effect of wild barley H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum chromosomes. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Genetics Springer Journals

Features of alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution and addition lines (Hordeum marinum subsp. gussoneanum)-Triticum aestivum

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2009 by Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
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Biomedicine; Microbial Genetics and Genomics; Animal Genetics and Genomics; Human Genetics
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1022-7954
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1608-3369
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10.1134/S102279540910010X
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Abstract

Two alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution lines were studied: a line replaced at three pairs of chromosomes 1H mar (1B), 5H mar (5D), and 7H mar (7D), and the disomic-substituted line 7H mar (7D). The lines were constructed on the basis of individual plants from BC1F8 and BC2F6 progeny of barley-wheat hybrids (H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson (= H. geniculatum All.) (2n = 28) × T. aestivum L.) (2n = 42) (Pyrotrix 28), respectively. Moreover, the alloplasmic wheat-barley ditelosomic addition line 7HL mar isolated among plants from the BC1F6 progeny of a barley-wheat amphiploid was studied, which in this work corresponds to BC2F10 and BC2F11 progeny. It was ascertained that when grown in the field, these alloplasmic lines manifest stable self-fertility. Plants of the given lines are characterized by low height, shortened ears, the fewer number of stems and ears, and of spikelets in the ear, by decreased grain productivity and weight of 1000 grains, in comparison with the common wheat cultivar Pyrotrix 28. The inhibition of trait expression in alloplasmic wheat-barley substitution and addition lines may be connected not only with the influence of wild barley chromosomes functioning in the genotypic environment of common wheat, but also with the effect of the barley cytoplasm. The alloplasmic line with substitution of chromosomes 1H mar (1B), 5H mar (5D), and 7H mar (7D) or the alloplasmic line 5HL mar with ditelosomic addition have, in comparison with the common wheat cultivar Pyrotrix 28, an increased grain protein content, which is explained by the effect of wild barley H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum chromosomes.

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Russian Journal of GeneticsSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 11, 2009

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