Mapping of a major gene for the slow ripening character in peach: co-location with the maturity date gene and development of a candidate gene-based diagnostic marker for its selection

@article{Eduardo2015MappingOA,
  title={Mapping of a major gene for the slow ripening character in peach: co-location with the maturity date gene and development of a candidate gene-based diagnostic marker for its selection},
  author={Iban Eduardo and Roger Pica{\~n}ol and Eugenia Rojas and Ignasi Batlle and Werner Howad and Mar{\'i}a Jos{\'e} Aranzana and Pere Ar{\'u}s},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2015},
  volume={205},
  pages={627-636}
}
Progeny of certain peach crosses include plants with slow ripening (SR) fruits that do not mature and remain on the tree after leaf fall. This character is determined by a single gene (Sr/sr) that segregated in the F1 population of the cross between ‘Belbinette’ and ‘Nectalady’ (Bb × Nl). Heterozygous (Srsr) in both parents, the recessive srsr homozygote resulted in SR individuals. This gene mapped to linkage group 4 in a map constructed with SSRs in BbxNl, at the same genomic region previously… CONTINUE READING
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