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7DS physical map

Targeted chromosomes

7DS
7DS
Click on a chromosome to access associated data (when available) at URGI Sequences Repository.

Project team

First nameLast nameEmailInstitutionCountry
Jaroslav Dolezel dolezelSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Jan Safar safarSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Jan Bartos bartosSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Marie Kubalakova mariekSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Jarmila Cihalikova cihalikovaSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Miroslav Valarik valarikSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic
Helena Stankova stankovahSPAMFILTER@ueb.cas.cz IEB Czech Republic

Project collaborators

First nameLast nameEmailInstitutionCountry
Ming-Cheng Luo mcluoSPAMFILTER@ucdavis University of California, Davis USA
Shahryar Kianian s.kianianSPAMFILTER@ndsu.edu North Dakota State University USA
David Edwards dave.edwardsSPAMFILTER@uq.edu.au University of Queensland Australia
Andrzej Kilian a.kilianSPAMFILTER@diversityarrays.com Diversity Arrays Technology Australia

Project funding

Construction of BAC libraries from 7DS and 7DL have been funded by the Czech Science Foundation. The physical map of 7DS has been funded with internal funding at the Institute of Experimental Biology.

Abstract

Positional cloning in a huge allopolyploid genome of bread wheat was considered infeasible, mainly due to presence of three homoeologous genomes and large amounts of repetitive sequences. One of strategies enabling to reach this target is based on the use of genomic resources derived from parts of the hexaploid genome. Here we propose construction of two subgenomic BAC libraries specific for short and long arm of chromosome 7D. They will be invaluable resource for creation of physical maps of chromosome 7D and map-based cloning of several agronomically important genes from chromosome 7D of wheat, including genes conferring resistance to green bug, powdery mildew, stem rust, leaf rust, stripe rust, Septoria tritici blotch and Russian wheat aphid. The project will focus on positional cloning of gene Dnx for resistance to Russian wheat aphid (RWA) by creating high-density genetic map for the Dnx region and BAC contig spanning this region. Further, a pooled genomic BAC library will be prepared from a RWA resistant line, which will be used to clone the Dnx gene.