Mining data from potato pedigrees: tracking the origin of susceptibility and resistance to Verticillium dahliae in North American cultivars through ... View Full Text


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2004-01

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I. Simko, K. G. Haynes, R. W. Jones

ABSTRACT

Potato ( Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivated in North America is an autotetraploid species with a narrow genetic base. Most of the popular commercial cultivars are susceptible to Verticillium dahliae, a fungal pathogen causing Verticillium wilt disease, though some cultivars with relatively high resistance also exist. We have used the available pedigree information to track the origin of susceptibility and resistance to Verticillium wilt present in cultivated potatoes. One hundred thirty-nine potato cultivars and breeding selections were analyzed for resistance to the pathogen and for the presence of the microsatellite marker allele STM1051-193 that is closely linked to the resistance quantitative trait locus located on the short arm of chromosome 9. We detected an unusually high frequency of susceptible genotypes in the progeny descending from the breeding selection USDA X96-56. Molecular analysis revealed that USDA X96-56 does not have the STM1051-193 allele. Most of the first-generation progeny of this breeding selection also lack the allele. On the other hand, pedigree analysis indicated that breeding selection USDA 41956 often transfers V. dahliae resistance to its progeny. Molecular analysis detected presence of (at least) three STM1051-193 alleles in this breeding selection. These two genotypes (USDA X96-56 and USDA 41956) appear to have contributed greatly to the susceptibility or resistance, respectively, found in present commercial cultivars. Our results also indicate that the maturity class substantially affects the plant resistance response. In the intermediate to very late maturing class, the presence of the STM1051-193 allele significantly increases the resistance. Early to very early potatoes are usually more susceptible to the disease regardless of the allelic status, though the pattern of the allele effect is always the same. The results indicate that the STM1051-193 allele can be used for marker-assisted selection, but the potato maturity class also needs to be considered when making the final decision about the plant resistance level. More... »

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225-230

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