Dynamic genetic features of chromosomes revealed by comparison of soybean genetic and sequence-based physical maps = 콩의 유전지도와 염기서열-기초 물리지도의 비교에 의해 나타난 염색체의 역동적인 유전적 특성

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Dynamic genetic features of chromosomes revealed by comparison of soybean genetic and sequence-based physical maps = 콩의 유전지도와 염기서열-기초 물리지도의 비교에 의해 나타난 염색체의 역동적인 유전적 특성
Author(s)
Woo Kyu Lee; Namshin Kim; J Kim; J K Moon; Namhee Jeong; I Y Choi; Sang Cheol Kim; Won Hyung Chung; H S Kim; S H Lee; Soon Chun Jeong
Bibliographic Citation
Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol. 126, no. 4, pp. 1103-1119
Publication Year
2013
Abstract
Despite the intensive soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill] genome studies, the high chromosome number (20) of the soybean plant relative to many other major crops has hindered the development of a high-resolution genomewide genetic map derived from a single population. Here, we report such a map, which was constructed in an F15 population derived from a cross between G. max and G. soja lines using indel polymorphisms detected via a G. soja genome resequencing. By targeting novel indel markers to marker-poor regions, all marker intervals were reduced to under 6 cM on a genome scale. Comparison of the Williams 82 soybean reference genome sequence and our genetic map indicated that marker orders of 26 regions were discrepant with each other. In addition, our comparison showed seven misplaced and two absent markers in the current Williams 82 assembly and six markers placed on the scaffolds that were not incorporated into the pseudomolecules. Then, we showed that, by determining the missing sequences located at the presumed beginning points of the five major discordant segments, these observed discordant regions are mostly errors in the Williams 82 assembly. Distributions of the recombination rates along the chromosomes were similar to those of other organisms. Genotyping of indel markers and genome resequencing of the two parental lines suggested that some marker-poor chromosomal regions may represent introgression regions, which appear to be prevalent in soybean. Given the even and dense distribution of markers, our genetic map can serve as a bridge between genomics research and breeding programs.
ISSN
0040-5752
Publisher
Springer
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00122-012-2039-8
Type
Article
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