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Title: Through the Genetic Bottleneck: O. Rufipogon As a Source of Trait-Enhancing Alleles for O. Sativa

Authors
item Mccouch, Susan - CORNELL
item Sweeney, Megan - CORNELL
item Li, Jiming - PIONEER HI-BRED
item Jiang, Hui - CORNELL
item Thompson, Michael - IRRI
item Septiningsih, Endang - IRRI
item Edwards, Jeremy - UNIV OF ARIZONA
item Moncada, Pilar - CENICAFE
item Xiao, Jinhua - MONSANTO
item Garris, Amanda
item Tai, Thomas
item Martinez, Cesar - CIAT
item Tohme, Joe - CIAT
item Sugiono, M - ICABIOGRAD
item McClung, Anna
item McClung, Anna
item Yuan, Long-Ping - CHINA NATL HYBRID RICE RE
item Anh, Sang-Nag - CHUNGNAM NATL UNIVERSITY

Submitted to: Euphytica
Publication Type: Review Article
Publication Acceptance Date: January 1, 2007
Publication Date: March 8, 2007
Citation: Mccouch, S.R., Sweeney, M., Li, J., Jiang, H., Thompson, M., Septiningsih, E., Edwards, J., Moncada, P., Xiao, J., Garris, A.J., Tai, T., Martinez, C., Tohme, J., Sugiono, M., Mcclung, A.M., Yuan, L., Anh, S. 2007. Through the genetic bottleneck: o. rufipogon as a source of trait-enhancing alleles for o. sativa. Euphytica:154:317-339.

Technical Abstract: This paper summarizes results from a decade of collaborative research using advanced backcross (AB) populations to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) associated with improved performance in rice and to clone genes underlying key QTLs of interest. We demonstrate taht AB-QTL analysis is capable of 1) successfully uncovering positive alleles in wild germplasm that were not obvious based on the phenotype, 2) offering and estimation of the breeding value of exotic germplasm, 3) generating near isogenic lines that can be used as the basis for gene isolation and also as parents for further crossing in a variety development program and 4) providing gene-based markers for targeted introgression of alleles using marker-assisted-selection (MAS). Knowledge gained from studies examining the population structure and evolutionary history of rice is helping to illuminate a long-term strategy for exploiting and simultaneously preserving the well-partitioned gene space in rice,

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