The backcross progenies of the barley–wheat hybrids Hordeum vulgare L. (2n = 14) × Triticum aestivum L. (2n= 42) and two alloplasmic lines derived from them were studied using microsatellite markers of barley and wheat. The F1 hybrids and first backcross plants BC1 contained the genetic material of both cultivated barley and the cultivars of common wheat involved in developing of these hybrid genotypes. The genomes of BC3, BC4, and alloplasmic lines contained no microsatellite markers of the cultivated barley, whereas chromosomes of each homeologous group of common wheat were identified. In chromosomes of backcross progenies BC3, BC4, and alloplasmic lines yielded by backcrosses of hybrids and various common wheat cultivars, microsatellite markers of the parental wheat cultivars were shown to undergo recombination.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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