Russian Journal of Genetics

, Volume 48, Issue 5, pp 532–537 | Cite as

Identification of Ppd-B1 alleles in common wheat cultivars by CAPS marker

Plant Genetics

Abstract

Photoperiod response is a major determinant of the duration of growth stages in common wheat. In common wheat, many genes play a role in determining flowering time, but the Ppd genes located on the homoeologous group 2 play a major role. Of these Ppd-B1 is, located on the short arm of 2B. In 107 common wheat cultivars grown in Poland and neighboring countries, the identification of Ppd-B1 alleles using in-del analysis by using a CAPS markers was investigated. 87 cultivars were shown to carry dominant Ppd-B1 alleles. This shows that Ppd-B1 alleles is have been widely used in common wheat breeding programme in these countries. Recessive ppd-B1 alleles were found only in 20 cultivars (12 Polish, 5 former Soviet Union, 2 German, 1 Swedish).

Keywords

Wheat Cultivar Common Wheat Photoperiod Response Common Wheat Cultivar European Winter Wheat 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Plant Genetics, Breeding and BiotechnologyUniversity of Life Sciences in LublinLublinPoland

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