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

Location: Grain Legume Genetics Physiology Research

Title: Association mapping of white mold resistance in a panel of North American breeding lines and cultivars representing the Middle American gene pool

Author
item Oraguzie, O - Washington State University
item Bello, M - Former ARS Employee
item Monhaddam, S - North Dakota State University
item Mcclean, P - North Dakota State University
item Cregan, Perry
item Miklas, Phillip - Phil

Submitted to: Bean Improvement Cooperative Annual Report
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: 2/11/2014
Publication Date: 3/1/2014
Citation: Oraguzie, O.B., Bello, M.H., Monhaddam, S.M., Mcclean, P.E., Cregan, P.B., Miklas, P.N. 2014. Association mapping of white mold resistance in a panel of North American breeding lines and cultivars representing the Middle American gene pool. Bean Improvement Cooperative Annual Report. 57: 173-174.

Interpretive Summary: Host resistance and avoidance can limit losses due to white mold (WM)disease in dry beans. Previous studies to understand the genetic mechanisms underlying WM resistance used bi-parental mapping populations and an assortment of markers to identify QTL for WM. Our objective was to use a genome-wide association approach based on a 6K SNP array to examine marker-trait associations.

Technical Abstract: Host resistance and avoidance can limit losses due to white mold (WM)disease in dry beans. Previous studies to understand the genetic mechanisms underlying WM resistance used bi-parental mapping populations and an assortment of markers to identify QTL for WM. Our objective was to use a genome-wide association approach based on a 6K SNP array to examine marker-trait associations.