Stefan Andrzej Stojałowski

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BACKGROUND Rye (Secale cereale L.) is an economically important crop, exhibiting unique features such as outstanding resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses and high nutrient use efficiency. This species presents a challenge to geneticists and breeders due to its large genome containing a high proportion of repetitive sequences, self incompatibility,(More)
Location of the loci that control preharvest sprouting and alpha-amylase activity in rye was studied based on intercross S120×S76, consisting of 110 genotypes of F2 and F3 progenies. The genetic map currently consists of 141 loci distributed in 11 linkage groups, covering a distance of 506.4 cM, and was enriched during this study with 24 sequence-specific(More)
Genome modifications that occur at the initial interspecific hybridization event are dynamic and can be consolidated during the process of stabilization in successive generations of allopolyploids. This study identifies the number and chromosomal location of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sites between Secale cereale, Dasypyrum villosum, and their allotetraploid S.(More)
A new genetic map of rye, developed by using the 541 × Ot1–3 F2 intercross, consists of 148 marker loci, including 99 RAPDs, 18 SSRs, 14 STSs, 9 SCARs and 7 ISSRs, and spans the distance of 1401.4 cM. To the 7 rye chromosomes, 8 linkage groups were assigned and compared with the reference map of the DS2 × RXL10 F2 intercross by using 24 common markers. The(More)
The objectives of the research were to determine the position of quantitative trait loci (QTL) for α-amylase activity on the genetic map of a rye recombinant inbred line population—S120 × S76—and to compare them to known QTL for preharvest sprouting and heading earliness. Fourteen QTL for α-amylase activity on all seven chromosomes were identified. The(More)
The study aimed at testing the usefulness of recently developed SCAR markers on rye (Secale cereale L.) chromosome 4R in hybrid breeding based on the C source of male sterility-inducing cytoplasm. Of 10 markers studied, 4 revealed polymorphisms between 2 inbred lines (544cms-C and Ot0-20) crossed to develop F2 and BC1 mapping populations. Analyses performed(More)
The development of genetic maps is, nowadays, one of the most intensive research activities of plant geneticists. One of the major goals of genome mapping is the localisation of quantitative trait loci (QTLs). This study was aimed at the identification of QTLs controlling morphological traits of rye and comparison of their localisation on genetic maps(More)
The Rfc1 gene controls restoration of male fertility in rye (Secale cereale L.) with sterility-inducing cytoplasm CMS-C. Two populations of recombinant inbred lines (RIL) were used in this study to identify DArT markers located on the 4RL chromosome, in the close vicinity of the Rfc1 gene. In the population developed from the 541×2020LM intercross, numerous(More)
The sterilising cytoplasm from Triticum timopheevii is presently considered to be the most promising as regards to the seed production of triticale hybrid cultivars. This study was aimed at the utilisation of Diversity Arrays Technology (DArT) for the preliminary identification of genomic regions with loci controlling male sterility/fertility in the(More)
Quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with androgenic responsiveness in triticale were analyzed using a population of 90 DH lines derived from the F1 cross between inbred line ‘Saka 3006’ and cv. ‘Modus’, which was used in a number of earlier studies on molecular mapping in this crop. Using Windows QTL Cartographer and MapQTL 5.0, composite interval(More)