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Cereal cyst nematode resistance conferred by the Cre7 gene from Aegilops triuncialis and its relationship with Cre genes from Australian wheat cultivars

AuthorsMontes, M.J.; Andrés, Mª Fé ; Sin, Esther; López-Braña, I.; Martín-Sánchez, J.A; Romero, M. Dolores; Delibes, Ángeles
KeywordsHeterodera avenae
Triticum aestivum
Issue Date3-Apr-2008
PublisherNational Research Council Canada
CitationGenome 51(5): 315-319 (2008)
AbstractCereal cyst nematode (CCN; Heterodera avenae Woll.) is a root pathogen of cereal crops that can cause severe yield losses in wheat (Triticum aestivum). Differential host–nematode interactions occur in wheat cultivars carrying different CCN resistance (Cre) genes. The objective of this study was to determine the CCN resistance conferred by the Cre7 gene from Aegilops triuncialis in a 42-chromosome introgression line and to assess the effects of the Cre1, Cre3,Cre4, and Cre8 genes present in Australian wheat lines on Spanish pathotype Ha71. Inhibition of nematode reproduction was rank-ordered as Cre1 ≥ Cre4 ≥ Cre7 >> Cre8 > Cre3. Lines carrying Cre1, Cre4, or Cre7 exhibited a significantly higher level of resistance than those carrying Cre8 or Cre3. Allelism tests indicated that Cre7 segregated independently of Cre1 on chromosome 2BL and Cre4 on chromosome 2DL, and these genes could consistently be combined in the same genotype, inducing a more durable resistance. Tests to determine the chromosomal location of Cre7 using addition lines were inconclusive.
Description5 paginas, 2 figuras y 2 tablas estasísticas
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1139/G08-015
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