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论文题目 Identification of QTL regions for seedling root traits and their effect on nitrogen use efficiency in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
作  者 Xiaoli Fan,Wei Zhang(张玮),Na Zhang (赵娜),Mei Chen (陈梅), Shusong Zheng, Chunhua Zhao,Jie Han(韩洁), Jiajia Liu(刘佳佳),?Xilan Zhang (张希兰),?Liqiang Song (宋利强), Jun Ji (纪军),? Xigang Liu(刘西岗),? Hongqing Ling,? Yiping Tong, Fa Cui, Tao Wang, Junming Li (李俊明) Tao Wang ,Junming Li (李俊明);
发表年度 2018
刊物名称 Theoretical and Applied Genetics
卷、期、页码 Published online; ;
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论文摘要
Root system architecture-related traits (RRTs) and their plasticity to nitrogen availability are important for nitrogen acquisition and yield formation in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). In this study, quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis was conducted under different nitrogen conditions, using the seedlings of 188 recombinant inbred lines derived from a cross between Kenong 9204 and Jing 411. Fifty-three QTL for seven RRTs and fourteen QTL for the plasticity of these RRTs to nitrogen deficiency were detected. Thirty of these QTL were mapped in nine clusters on chromosomes 2B, 2D, 3A, 3D, 6B, 6D, 7A and 7B. Six of these nine clusters were also colocated with loci for nitrogen use efficiency (NUE)-related traits (NRTs). Among them, three QTL clusters (C2B, C6D and C7B) were highlighted, considering that they individually harbored three stable robust QTL (i.e., QMrl-2B.1, QdRs-6D and QMrl-7B). C2B and C7B stably contributed to the optimal root system, and C6D greatly affected the plasticity of RRTs in response to nitrogen deficiency. However, strong artificial selection was only observed for C7B in 574 derivatives of Kenong 9204. Covariance analysis identified QMrl-7B as the major contributor in C7B that affected the investigated NRTs in mature plants. Phenotypic analysis indicated that thousand kernel weight might represent a “concomitant” above-ground trait of the “hidden” RRTs controlled by C7B, which are used for breeding selection. Dissecting these QTL regions with potential breeding value will ultimately facilitate the selection of donor lines with both high yield and NUE in wheat breeding programs.
全文链接 https ://doi.org/10.1007/s0012 2-018-3183-6
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