Tanya Filichkina

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With the aim of dissecting the genetic determinants of flowering time, vernalization response, and photoperiod sensitivity, we mapped the candidate genes for Vrn-H2 and Vrn-H1 in a facultative × winter barley mapping population and determined their relationships with flowering time and vernalization via QTL analysis. The Vrn-H2 candidate ZCCT-H genes were(More)
Linkage maps are an integral resource for dissection of complex genetic traits in plant and animal species. Canonical map construction follows a well-established workflow: an initial discovery phase where genetic markers are mined from a small pool of individuals, followed by genotyping of selected mapping populations using sets of marker panels. A newly(More)
The identification and location of sources of genetic resistance to plant diseases are important contributions to the development of resistant varieties. The combination of different sources and types of resistance in the same genotype should assist in the development of durably resistant varieties. Using a doubled haploid (DH), mapping population of(More)
The Oregon Wolfe Barley mapping population is a resource for genetics research and instruction. Prior reports are based on a population of doubled haploid (DH) lines developed by the Hordeum bulbosum (H.b.) method, which samples female gametes. We developed new DH lines from the same cross using anther culture (A.C.), which samples male gametes. Linkage(More)
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