By Pushpendra K. Gupta, Rajeev Varshney
This publication is the 1st of its variety, the place twenty chapters written by way of specialists of overseas reputation, disguise all elements of cereal genomics study. lately genomics has turn into a thrust zone of study in lifestyles sciences, and cereals, being crucial team of vegetation, their genomes were subjected to intensive/extensive analyses. the data and the goods generated via cereal genomics examine are already getting used for plant breeding via either, the marker assisted choice (MAS) and transgenic cereals. The parts lined during this e-book contain, improvement and use of every kind of molecular markers (including SNPs), development and use of molecular maps, examine of inhabitants genetics and domestication of cereals utilizing instruments of genomics learn, structural and useful genomics (including complete genome sequencing in Arabidopsis and rice), comparative genomics, QTLs (including epistatic and e-QTLs) and genes for resistance opposed to biotic and abiotic stresses, marker assisted choice (MAS), map-based cloning of genes/QTLs and using genomics study for crop development. The booklet, for this reason, should still turn out beneficial not just for college kids and academics, but additionally for the younger examine employees, who're beginning their learn occupation within the box of cereal genomics.
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Var. ) DHs (Courtot × Chinese Spring) (marker loci- RFLP, SSRs, AFLPs) Wheat-durum Wheat-durm Wheat - 3,685 3,086 355 to 902 659 396 2,469 - 714 Paillard et al. (2003) Sourdille et al. (2003) Chalmers et al. (2001) Messmer et al. (1999) Nachit et al. (2001) Lotti et al. (2000) Kojima et al. (1998) Dubcovsky et al. (1996) Menz et al. (2002) Subudhi and Nguyen (2000) Bhattramakki et al. (2000) *only maps comprising >50 loci are listed. html Wheat Wheat F5s (Arina × Forno) (marker loci- RFLPs, SSRs) 3,598 81 F2s (T.
Vulgare ssp. spontaneumline 1B-87) Population used for mapping Barley Barley Barley Maize Maize Maize Oat RFLP maps Barley Barley Map type /crop Table 1. A list of some important genetic (including transcript) maps* available in cereals Molecular maps in cereals 39 ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) F2/F3s (Chinese Spring × SyntheticTimgalen) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) F2/F3s (Chinese Spring × SyntheticTimgalen) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) F2/F3s (Chinese Spring × SyntheticTimgalen) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) F2/F3s (Chinese Spring × Synthetic) ITMI RILs (W7984 × Opata85) F2s (Triticum aestivum var.
2001) Lotti et al. (2000) Kojima et al. (1998) Dubcovsky et al. (1996) Menz et al. (2002) Subudhi and Nguyen (2000) Bhattramakki et al. (2000) *only maps comprising >50 loci are listed. html Wheat Wheat F5s (Arina × Forno) (marker loci- RFLPs, SSRs) 3,598 81 F2s (T. monococcum × T. boeoticum ssp. boeoticum) (marker loci- RFLPs, RAPDs, ISSRs) Wheat- einkorn Wheat 2,063 (total) 335 F2s/ F3s (T. monococcum ssp. monococcum DV92 × T. monococcum ssp. ) Sorghum 1,200 214 RILs (B35 × T×7000) (marker loci- RFLPs, SSRs) Sorghum 1,406 470 RILs (BT×623 × IS3620C) (marker loci- RFLPs, SSRs) Sorghum Table 1.
Cereal Genomics by Pushpendra K. Gupta, Rajeev Varshney