We studied common wheat alloplasmic lines differing in fertility traits, which had been obtained from the backcross progeny of barley–wheat hybrids Hordeum vulgare L. (2n = 14) × Triticum aestivum L. (2n = 42), using molecular analysis and chromosome C-banding. It was found that the nuclei of all alloplasmic lines studied, regardless of their fertility traits, contained only the common wheat chromosomes (2n = 42). The formation of line L-79(10)(3)F6, stable for self-fertility, from line L-79(10)F3 was accompanied by changes of the proportions of simple sequence repeats of the parental common wheat varieties in the nuclear genome. The presence of barley genome fragments in line accessions with incomplete self-fertility was shown by RAPD. Heteroplasmy for mitochondrial genome loci was detected in these lines with the use of primers specific to the tMet-18S-5S repeat of mitochondrial ribosomal genes.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 16, 2005
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