Theoretical and Applied Genetics

, Volume 104, Issue 2–3, pp 315–320 | Cite as

Characterisation of Triticum vavilovii-derived stripe rust resistance using genetic, cytogenetic and molecular analyses and its marker-assisted selection

  • H. S. Bariana
  • G. N. Brown
  • N. U. Ahmed
  • S. Khatkar
  • R. L. Conner
  • C. R. Wellings
  • S. Haley
  • P. J. Sharp
  • A. Laroche

Abstract 

Stripe rust resistance was identified in Triticum vavilovii (T. vavilovii Aus22498)-derived Russian wheat aphid (RWA)-resistant germplasm. Inheritance studies indicated monogenic control of resistance. The resistance gene was tentatively designated as Yrvav and was located on chromosome 1B by monosomic analysis. A close association (1.5±0.9% recombination) of Yrvav with a T. vavilovii-derived gliadin allele (Gli-B1vav) placed it in chromosome arm 1BS. Yrvav was allelic with Yr10. Tests with Yr10 avirulent and virulent pathotypes showed that Yrvav and Yr10 possess identical pathogenic specificity. Yrvav and Yr10 showed close genetic associations with alternate alleles at the Xpsp3000 (microsatellite marker), Gli-B1 and Rg1 loci. Based on these observations Yrvav was named as Yr10vav. The close association between Xpsp3000 and Gli-B1 was also confirmed. The Yr10vav-linked Xpsp3000 allele (285 bp) was not present in 65 Australian cultivars, whereas seven Australian wheats lacking Yr10 carried the same Xpsp3000 allele (260 bp) as Yr10 carrying wheat cultivar Moro. Xpsp3000 and/or Gli-B1 could be used in marker-assisted selection for pyramiding Yr10vav or Yr10 with other stripe rust resistance genes. Yr10vav was inherited independently of the T. vavilovii-derived RWA resistance.

Keywords Stripe rust Chromosome location Microsatellite Gliadin Glume colour Marker-assisted selection 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. S. Bariana
    • 1
  • G. N. Brown
    • 1
  • N. U. Ahmed
    • 1
  • S. Khatkar
    • 1
  • R. L. Conner
    • 2
  • C. R. Wellings
    • 1
  • S. Haley
    • 3
  • P. J. Sharp
    • 1
  • A. Laroche
    • 2
  1. 1.The University of Sydney Plant Breeding Institute Cobbitty, Private Bag 11, Camden, NSW 2570, Australia e-mail: harbansb@camden.usyd.edu.au Tel.: +61-2-9351-8809, Fax: +61-2-9351-8875AU
  2. 2.Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research Centre, Lethbridge, CanadaCA
  3. 3.Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USAUS

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