Identification and evaluation of resistance to powdery mildew and yellow rust in a wheat mapping population
AuthorYang, L; Zhang, X; Zhang, X; Wang, J; Luo, M; Yang, M; Wang, H; Xiang, L; Zeng, F; Yu, D; ...
Source TitlePLoS One
PublisherPUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE
University of Melbourne Author/sRosewarne, Garry
AffiliationVeterinary and Agricultural Sciences
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsYang, L., Zhang, X., Zhang, X., Wang, J., Luo, M., Yang, M., Wang, H., Xiang, L., Zeng, F., Yu, D., Fu, D. & Rosewarne, G. M. (2017). Identification and evaluation of resistance to powdery mildew and yellow rust in a wheat mapping population. PLOS ONE, 12 (5), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0177905.
Access StatusOpen Access
Deployment of cultivars with genetic resistance is an effective approach to control the diseases of powdery mildew (PM) and yellow rust (YR). Chinese wheat cultivar XK0106 exhibits high levels of resistance to both diseases, while cultivar E07901 has partial, adult plant resistance (APR). The aim of this study was to map resistance loci derived from the two cultivars and analyze their effects against PM and YR in a range of environments. A doubled haploid population (388 lines) was used to develop a framework map consisting of 117 SSR markers, while a much higher density map using the 90K Illumina iSelect SNP array was produced with a subset of 80 randomly selected lines. Seedling resistance was characterized against a range of PM and YR isolates, while field scores in multiple environments were used to characterize APR. Composite interval mapping (CIM) of seedling PM scores identified two QTLs (QPm.haas-6A and QPm.haas-2A), the former being located at the Pm21 locus. These QTLs were also significant in field scores, as were Qpm.haas-3A and QPm.haas-5A. QYr.haas-1B-1 and QYr.haas-2A were identified in field scores of YR and were located at the Yr24/26 and Yr17 chromosomal regions respectively. A second 1B QTL, QYr.haas-1B-2 was also identified. QPm.haas-2A and QYr.haas-1B-2 are likely to be new QTLs that have not been previously identified. Effects of the QTLs were further investigated in multiple environments through the testing of selected lines predicted to contain various QTL combinations. Significant additive interactions between the PM QTLs highlighted the ability to pyramid these loci to provide higher level of resistance. Interactions between the YR QTLs gave insights into the pathogen populations in the different locations as well as showing genetic interactions between these loci.
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