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High-density genetic map construction and QTL mapping for fiber strength on Chr24 across multiple environments in a CCRI70 recombinant inbred lines population

Upland cotton is an important economic crop that produces high-quality fiber for the textile industry. With the development of next-generation sequencing technology and improvements in human living standards, it has become possible to improve the fiber quality and yield of cotton with high-throughpu... Full description

Journal Title: Euphytica 2018, Vol.214(6), pp.1-14
Main Author: Zou, Xianyan
Other Authors: Gong, Juwu , Duan, Li , Jiang, Xiao , Zhen, Zhang , Fan, Senmiao , Ge, Qun , Liu, Aiying , Gong, Wankui , Li, Junwen , Shi, Yuzhen , Wang, Yanling , Fan, Liqiang , Liu, Ruixian , Lei, Kang , Zhang, Qi , Shang, Haihong , Yuan, Youlu
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title: High-density genetic map construction and QTL mapping for fiber strength on Chr24 across multiple environments in a CCRI70 recombinant inbred lines population
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  • Zou, Xianyan
  • Gong, Juwu
  • Duan, Li
  • Jiang, Xiao
  • Zhen, Zhang
  • Fan, Senmiao
  • Ge, Qun
  • Liu, Aiying
  • Gong, Wankui
  • Li, Junwen
  • Shi, Yuzhen
  • Wang, Yanling
  • Fan, Liqiang
  • Liu, Ruixian
  • Lei, Kang
  • Zhang, Qi
  • Shang, Haihong
  • Yuan, Youlu
subjects:
  • Upland cotton
  • Fiber strength
  • Genetic map
  • QTL mapping
ispartof: Euphytica, 2018, Vol.214(6), pp.1-14
description: Upland cotton is an important economic crop that produces high-quality fiber for the textile industry. With the development of next-generation sequencing technology and improvements in human living standards, it has become possible to improve the fiber quality and yield of cotton with high-throughput molecular markers. Upland cotton 901-001 is an excellent, high-quality, non-transgenic cultivar, while the sGK156 strain shows high resistance to verticillium wilt. The phenotype of F 1 plants, certified in 2008 as national variety CCRI70, shows positive transgressive characteristics such as high quality, high yield, and resistance to verticillium wilt. We developed a population of 250 recombination inbred lines from a cross between 901-001 and sGK156. The fiber strength trait of plants from nine environments was collected, and a genetic linkage map of Chr24 comprising 168 SNP marker loci covering a genetic distance of 107.46 cM and with an average distance of 0.64 cM was generated. QTLs were identified across the nine environments using the composite interval mapping method. A total of eight QTLs for FS were identified on Chr24, three of which were stably expressed in at least five environments. Some candidate genes located in qFS - c24 - 2 and qFS - c24 - 4 were functionally annotated as potentially playing important roles in fiber development, with homologous genes reported in Arabidopsis thaliana . These results suggest that QTLs identified in the present study could contribute to improving FS and may be applicable for marker-assisted selection.
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abstractUpland cotton is an important economic crop that produces high-quality fiber for the textile industry. With the development of next-generation sequencing technology and improvements in human living standards, it has become possible to improve the fiber quality and yield of cotton with high-throughput molecular markers. Upland cotton 901-001 is an excellent, high-quality, non-transgenic cultivar, while the sGK156 strain shows high resistance to verticillium wilt. The phenotype of F 1 plants, certified in 2008 as national variety CCRI70, shows positive transgressive characteristics such as high quality, high yield, and resistance to verticillium wilt. We developed a population of 250 recombination inbred lines from a cross between 901-001 and sGK156. The fiber strength trait of plants from nine environments was collected, and a genetic linkage map of Chr24 comprising 168 SNP marker loci covering a genetic distance of 107.46 cM and with an average distance of 0.64 cM was generated. QTLs were identified across the nine environments using the composite interval mapping method. A total of eight QTLs for FS were identified on Chr24, three of which were stably expressed in at least five environments. Some candidate genes located in qFS - c24 - 2 and qFS - c24 - 4 were functionally annotated as potentially playing important roles in fiber development, with homologous genes reported in Arabidopsis thaliana . These results suggest that QTLs identified in the present study could contribute to improving FS and may be applicable for marker-assisted selection.
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