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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Enhanced Disease and Abiotic Stress Resistance in Edible Legumes

Location: Vegetable and Forage Crops Production Research

Title: Analysis of variation for white mold resistance in the BeanCAP snap bean panel

Authors
item Arkwazee, H -
item Davis, J -
item Miklas, Phillip
item Moghaddam, S -
item Mcclean, P -
item Myers, J -

Submitted to: Bean Improvement Cooperative Annual Report
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: February 11, 2014
Publication Date: March 1, 2014
Citation: Arkwazee, H., Davis, J., Miklas, P.N., Moghaddam, S., Mcclean, P., Myers, J.R. 2014. Analysis of variation for white mold resistance in the BeanCAP snap bean panel. Bean Improvement Cooperative Annual Report. 57: 175-176.

Interpretive Summary: White mold disease caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Lib. de Bary, is one of the most devastated diseases that infect snap and dry beans (Miklas et al. 2013). The USDA-NIFA supported Bean Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP) has assembled and genotyped dry and a snap bean panels. The snap bean panel consists of 150 accessions (both Middle American and Andean origin). The panel was genotyped using an Illumina 10,280 SNP GeneChip. The snap bean panel was screened for resistance to white mold and was used in an association mapping study to identify trait associations with this disease.

Technical Abstract: White mold disease caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Lib. de Bary, is one of the most devastated diseases that infect snap and dry beans (Miklas et al. 2013). The USDA-NIFA supported Bean Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP) has assembled and genotyped dry and a snap bean panels. The snap bean panel consists of 150 accessions (both Middle American and Andean origin). The panel was genotyped using an Illumina 10,280 SNP GeneChip. The snap bean panel was screened for resistance to white mold and was used in an association mapping study to identify trait associations with this disease.

Last Modified: 9/20/2014
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