A collection of 68 cultivars of common wheat has been screened for leaf rust resistance genes with the use of molecular markers. Markers of genes Lr1, Lr9, Lr10, Lr19, Lr20, Lr21, Lr24, and Lr26 have been used. It has been suggested that allele Xgwm295 be used as a marker for identifying the Lr34 gene. The genes originating from Triticum aestivum L., as well as the Lr26 gene contained in rye translocation 1RS, are the most frequent. Genes originating from wild wheats were rarer in the cultivars studied.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: May 15, 2006
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