Plant Systematics and Evolution

, Volume 191, Issue 3–4, pp 199–211

Genomic relationships between species of theElymus semicostatus group andElymus sensu lato (Poaceae)

  • Björn Salomon
  • Bao-Rong Lu
Article

Abstract

Meiotic pairing behaviour in 19 interspecificElymus hybrids is reported and discussed. The hybrids were made between four species belonging to theE. semicostatus group of sect.Goulardia, viz.,E. semicostatus, E. abolinii, E. fedtschenkoi, andE. panormitanus (all 2n = 28), andElymus species of seven different sections, viz., sect.Clinelymiopsis:E. caucasicus (2n = 28); sect.Elymus:E. sibiricus (2n = 28); sect.Goulardia:E. caninus (2n = 28),E. trachycaulus (2n = 28), andE. tsukushiensis (2n = 42); sect.Hyalolepis:E. batalinii (2n = 42); sect.Hystrix:E. hystrix (2n = 28); sect.Macrolepis:E. canadensis (2n = 28); and sect.Turczaninovia:E. dahuricus (2n = 42). Chromosomal pairing at meiotic metaphase I indicated that the species of theE. semicostatus group are genomically closer to the tetraploidE. caucasicus and the hexaploid species, regardless of sectional origin, than to the other tetraploid species of sectionGoulardia. Highest meiotic pairing was found in hybrids involvingE. caucasicus, E. tsukushiensis, andE. dahuricus. The presence of pairing regulating genes inE. abolinii is suspected.

Key words

Poaceae Triticeae Elymus Interspecific hybridization chromosome pairing genome analysis relationships 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Björn Salomon
    • 1
  • Bao-Rong Lu
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Plant Breeding ResearchThe Swedish University of Agricultural SciencesSvalövSweden
  2. 2.Laboratory of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, Institute of BotanyChinese Academy of SciencesXiangshan, BeijingChina

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