Analysis of Genes and Genomes by Richard J. Reece

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Multiple traits can be correlated owing to linkage and pleiotropy, or the correlated traits may be components of a more complex variable. Two components of bundle fiber strength are fiber length and perimeter (Meredith 1992; Ulloa and Meredith 2000). , small perimeter) results in more fibers per bundle, which can confer greater fiber strength. Additionally longer fibers promote fiber-to-fiber contact, tending to increase fiber strength. Micronaire reading and fiber length are components of lint percentage.

These lines have greatly facilitated the construction of the classical genetic linkage map, which now contains 61 loci covering 16 linkage groups in the tetraploid genome and 19 loci in seven linkage groups in the diploid genome. Numerous mutant loci, though not associ- 19 ated with a specific linkage group, have subgenome and chromosome affinities identified through the use of aneuploid stocks (Stelly 1993). Because of the cost associated with molecular mapping and the fact that most morphological mutants have no agronomic utility, there have been few efforts to map them onto the molecular genetic map.

21 for the LR test statistic was set for declaring a QTL. 0 (Table 5). 6% of the variation for the considered traits. Three QTLs were detected for fiber length, three for fiber strength, and four for fiber fineness. The majority of the RFLP alleles associated with long fiber span length, fineness, and strong fiber were contributed from Acala Prema parent, while the majority of the alleles associated with high yield and high lint percentage were contributed from the MD5678ne (Upland) parent. The results reveal that gene introgression at the DNA level within G.

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