A saturated SNP linkage map for the orange wheat blossom midge resistance gene Sm1

  title={A saturated SNP linkage map for the orange wheat blossom midge resistance gene Sm1},
  author={Mulualem T. Kassa and S. Haas and E. Schliephake and Clare Lewis and F. You and C. Pozniak and I. Kr{\"a}mer and D. Perovic and A. Sharpe and Pierre R. Fobert and M. Koch and Ian L. Wise and P. Fenwick and S. Berry and J. Simmonds and D. Hourcade and Patrice Senellart and Laure Duchalais and O. Robert and J. F{\"o}rster and J. Thomas and W. Friedt and F. Ordon and C. Uauy and C. McCartney},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
Key messageSNP markers were developed for the OWBM resistance geneSm1that will be useful for MAS. The wheatSm1region is collinear with an inverted syntenic interval inB. distachyon.AbstractOrange wheat blossom midge (OWBM, Sitodiplosis mosellana Géhin) is an important insect pest of wheat (Triticum aestivum) in many growing regions. Sm1 is the only described OWBM resistance gene and is the foundation of managing OWBM through host genetics. Sm1 was previously mapped to wheat chromosome arm 2BS… Expand
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