Recombination within a nucleotide-binding-site/leucine-rich-repeat gene cluster produces new variants conditioning resistance to soybean mosaic virus in soybeans.

@article{Hayes2004RecombinationWA,
  title={Recombination within a nucleotide-binding-site/leucine-rich-repeat gene cluster produces new variants conditioning resistance to soybean mosaic virus in soybeans.},
  author={Anthony J. Hayes and Seok Cheol Jeong and Michael A Gore and Yonggang g. Yu and Glenn R. Buss and Sue A. Tolin and M. A. Saghai Maroof},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={166 1},
  pages={493-503}
}
The soybean Rsv1 gene for resistance to soybean mosaic virus (SMV; Potyvirus) has previously been described as a single-locus multi-allelic gene mapping to molecular linkage group (MLG) F. Various Rsv1 alleles condition different responses to the seven (G1-G7) described strains of SMV, including extreme resistance, localized and systemic necrosis, and mosaic symptoms. We describe the cloning of a cluster of NBS-LRR resistance gene candidates from MLG F of the virus-resistant soybean line… CONTINUE READING
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