The major quantitative trait locus for mungbean yellow mosaic Indian virus resistance is tightly linked in repulsion phase to the major bruchid resistance locus in a cross between mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] and its wild relative Vigna radiata ssp. sublobata

@article{Chen2012TheMQ,
  title={The major quantitative trait locus for mungbean yellow mosaic Indian virus resistance is tightly linked in repulsion phase to the major bruchid resistance locus in a cross between mungbean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] and its wild relative Vigna radiata ssp. sublobata},
  author={Huei-mei Chen and H. -M. Ku and Roland Schafleitner and Tejinderjit S. Bains and C. George Kuo and Chien-An Liu and Ramakrishnan Madhavan Nair},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2012},
  volume={192},
  pages={205-216}
}
Mungbean yellow mosaic Indian virus (MYMIV) and bruchid infestation are severe production constraints of mungbean in South Asia, a major global mungbean production area. Marker-assisted selection for resistance against these disorders while maintaining or even improving agronomic traits is an important step toward breeding elite mungbean varieties. This study employed recombinant inbred lines (F12) derived from a cross between MYMIV-tolerant Vigna radiata NM92 and bruchid-resistant V. radiata… CONTINUE READING