A naturally occurring insertion in the RsFLC2 gene associated with late-bolting trait in radish (Raphanus sativus L.) View Full Text


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2018-11-07

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Qingbiao Wang, Yongjie Zhang, Li Zhang

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Premature flowering reduces the yield and quality of the harvested fleshy taproot in radish. However, there has been little molecular marker research on the radish late-bolting trait. In this study, F2 and F2:3 populations derived from a cross of “Ninengo” (late-bolting) and “Maer” (early-bolting) were analyzed to map late-bolting genes. Five hundred insertion and deletion (InDel) markers were designed according to the whole-genome resequencing data of the two parents. A genetic map was constructed based on the F2 population, and a late-bolting gene was detected in a 1.1-cM region between the markers InDel520 and InDel535 on chromosome R02 that explained the highest (76.4%) phenotypic variance. RsFLC2 was identified as a candidate gene in this region. Notably, “Ninengo” contains a 1627-bp insertion near the 5′ end of the first intron of RsFLC2. Allelic variation analyses in the F2 population further validated that RsFLC2was associated with the late-bolting trait in radish. The expression pattern of RsFLC2 was significantly different between “Ninengo” and “Maer” during vernalization. Vernalization suppressed RsFLC2 expression, and the 1627-bp insertion in the first intron weakened gene repression in “Ninengo” plants, resulting in late-bolting. This study lays a foundation for uncovering the molecular mechanism of late-bolting and marker-assisted selection for breeding late-bolting varieties of radish. More... »

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