Cogan, N.O.I. and Drayton, M.C. and Ponting, R.C. and Vecchies, A.C. and Bannan, N.R. and Sawbrdige, T.I. and Smith, K.F. and Spangenberg, G.C. and Forster, J.W. (2007) Validation of in silico-predicted genic SNPs in white clover (Trifolium repens L.), an outbreeding allopolyploid species. Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 277 (4). pp. 413-425.
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White clover (Trifolium repens L.) is an obligate outbreeding allotetraploid forage legume. Gene-associated SNPs provide the optimum genetic system for improvement of such crop species. An EST resource obtained from multiple cDNA libraries constructed from numerous genotypes of a single cultivar has been used for in silico SNP discovery and validation. A total of 58 from 236 selected sequence clusters (24.5%) were fully validated as containing polymorphic SNPs by genotypic analysis across the parents and progeny of several two-way pseudo-testcross mapping families. The clusters include genes belonging to a broad range of predicted functional categories. Polymorphic SNP-containing ESTs have also been used for comparative genomic analysis by comparison with whole genome data from model legume species, as well as Arabidopsis thaliana. A total of 29 (50%) of the 58 clusters detected putative ortholoci with known chromosomal locations in Medicago truncatula, which is closely related to white clover within the Trifolieae tribe of the Fabaceae. This analysis provides access to translational data from model species. The efficiency of in silico SNP discovery in white clover is limited by paralogous and homoeologous gene duplication effects, which are resolved unambiguously by the transmission test. This approach will also be applicable to other agronomically important cross-pollinating allopolyploid plant species.
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|Keywords:||Candidate gene; comparative genomics; functional variation; legume; segregation analysis.|
|Subjects:||Science > Biology > Genetics|
Plant culture > Field crops > Forage crops. Feed crops
|Deposited On:||30 Jan 2009 01:19|
|Last Modified:||15 Jun 2011 06:28|
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