Orientation and integration of the classical and molecular genetic maps of chromosome 11 in rice Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • The classical genetic map and molecular map of rice chromosome 11 were oriented to facilitate the use of these maps for genetic studies and rice improvement. Three morphological markers (d-27, z-2, and la) were crossed to a rice breeding line, IRBB21, which has the Xa-21 gene for bacterial blight resistance. Three F 2 populations were analyzed with RFLP markers known to be located on chromosome 11. Segregation analysis of molecular markers and morphological markers was used to construct an RFLP map for each population. The recombination frequency between markers varied from population to population although the marker order on the maps was the same for all three populations. Based on a common set of markers mapped in the three populations, an integrated map was generated consisting of both RFLP and morphological markers. The genetic distance between markers on this map was determined by taking a weighted average of the data from the three populations. The oriented map serves as a bridge to understand the relationship between the classical and molecular linkage maps. Based on this information, the location of several genes on the classical map can be approximated with respect to RFLP markers without having to map them directly. © 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers.

altmetric score

  • 9

author list (cited authors)

  • Abenes, M., Tabien, R. E., McCouch, S. R., Ikeda, R., Ronald, P., Khush, G. S., & Huang, N.

citation count

  • 11

publication date

  • January 1994