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Genetic linkage map of rye (Secale cereale L.)

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Abbreviations

Aat syn Got:

Aspartate aminotransferase

Aco:

Aconitase

Acp:

Acid phosphatase

Adh syn Aadh:

Alcohol dehydrogenase/aromatic alcohol dehydrogenase

Adk:

Adenylate kinase isomerase

al syn el:

Absent ligule

Alp:

Alkine phosphatase

Alt:

Aluminium tolerance

Amp syn Lap:

Aminopeptidase

Amy:

Amylase

I(Amy)a:

Amylase inhibitor

an1a:

Anthocyaninless

an2a:

Anthocyaninless leaf base

An1a:

Anthocyanin (green seeds)

An 3,4,6a:

Anthocyanin (purple seeds)

An5a:

Anthocyanin (purple leaf base)

Anu:

Antinutritive component

I(as) syn Si syn Asi:

α-amylase/subtilisin inhibitor

asc:

Asynaptic chromosome pairing

au:

Aurea

Be syn firm:

Brittle ear

bg:

Brown glumes

bn:

Bent lowest internode

br:

Brittle stem

bs syn br:

Branched stem

Cat:

Catalase

Cbt:

Carnal bunt resistance

Ce:

Copper efficiency

Co:

Corroded

P(cp)a:

Homoeologous pairing promotor

Su(cp)a:

Homoeologous pairing supressor

Cre:

Resistance to Heterodera avenae

ct:

Short straw mutant (compact spike)

CTer:

Terminal DNA sequence, terminal locus probe DNA clone pSchet

Ddw:

Dominant dwarf

De syn N:

Dark ear

Dia:

Diaphorase

Dnr:

Resistance to Diuraphis noxia (Mordvilko)

dr syn sr:

Secondary root system defective

dw:

Dwarf

Ep:

Endopeptidase

Er:

Early ripening

Est:

Esterase

I(et)a:

Major endosperm trypsin inhibitor

Fr:

Fusarium resistance

fs:

Fine stripe

fv:

Flavovirescent

Gai:

Gibberellic acid insensitivity

Gal:

Galactosidase

Gbr:

Green bug resistance

gd:

Grass dwarfness

Gdh:

Glutamate dehydrogenase

Glu:

β-glucosidase

Gpd:

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase

Gpi syn Pgi:

Glucose phosphate isomerase

gr:

Grassy plant habit

Ha syn Hp syn Hs:

Hairy leaf sheath/peduncle

H:

Hessian fly resistance

Hg syn V:

Hairy glume

Hma:

3-hydroxymugineic acid synthetase

Ibf:

Iodine binding factor

la:

Leafy awn

Ldh:

Lactate dehydrogenase

lg:

Light-green leaf color

Lr:

Leaf rust resistance

lu syn cl:

Lutescent

Lys:

Lysine

Mal:

Malic enzyme

Mas:

Mugineic acid synthetase

Mdh:

Malate dehydrogenase

Me:

Manganese efficiency

mo:

Monstrous growth habit

ms:

Male sterility

Nar:

Nitratreductase

Nca:

Neocentric activity

Ndh:

NADH dehydrogenase

Ner:

Hybrid necrosis

Nor:

Nucleolar organizer region

ol:

Onion accrected leaves

or:

Orange

Pc:

Purple culm

pe:

Perennial growth habit

Per:

Peroxidase

Pgd:

6-Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase

Pgm:

Phosphoglucomutase

Pm:

Powdery mildew resistance

Pr3a:

55-k-seed protein

Pro:

Proline

Ps:

Purple seeds

rd:

Reed growth habit

re:

Reduced ear

Reg:

Red grain

Rf:

Male sterility restorer

RNAse:

RNAse

Rog:

Round grain

rr:

Red rachis

rs:

Reduced seed set

S syn Z:

Self-incompatibility

Sec:

Secalin

Sf:

Self-fertility

Skd:

Shikimate dehydrogenase

sl syn sp:

Spreading leaf

Sod:

Superoxide dismutase

Sp syn Vnr:

Spring growth habit

Sr:

Stem rust resistance

Ssp:

Salt-soluble protein

td:

Disturbed tetrade formation

tg:

Tulip growth habit

Thi:

Thionin

ti:

Tigrina

Tpi:

Triose phosphate isomerase

Tyr:

Tyrosinase

va:

Viridoalbina

vb:

Viridis

vi syn vt:

Virescent

wa:

Waxless plant

wg syn es:

Waxless glume

wh:

White

whg:

White glume

Wms:

Wheat streak mosaic virus resistance

Wsp:

Water-soluble proteins

xa:

Xantha

XAdh:

DNA clone p3NTR, function: untranslated region of Adh1A

copy:

number: 1

Xα-Amy1a:

cDNA clone of wheat gene α-Amy1 (AMY-46)

Xα-Amy2a:

cDNA clone of wheat gene α-Amy2 (AMY-4848)

Xα-Amy3a:

cDNA clone of wheat gene α-Amy (AMY-33)

Xβ-Amy:

cDNA clone pc βc51 of barley

Xcs...a:

DNA clones

XEm1a:

DNA clone p1015, function: early-methionine-labelled polypeptide, copy number: 3

XEmbp:

cDNA clone pGC19, function: bZIP protein

XFed:

Ferredoxin

XGlu3a:

DNA clone pTag544, function: low-molecular-weight glutenin, copy number: 1

Xiag...a:

DNA clones

Xksu8, 26a:

gDNA clones

XLec1a:

DNA clone PNVRI, function: lectin, copy number: 4

XNor1a:

DNA clone pTA71, function: ribosomal DNA, copy number: multiple

XPgk1a:

DNA clone P7, function: chloroplast phosphoglycerate kinase, copy number: 1

XPpdk1a:

DNA clone PPDK4, function: pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase, copy number: 1

Xpsr81,106,115,120,149,154,158,159,161,168a:

cDNA clones, copy number: 1

Xpsr360,325,330,391,393,426,580a:

gDNA clones, copy number: 1

XSec1a:

DNA clone pTag1436, function: gammagliadin, copy number: 3

XSec3a:

DNA clone pTag1290, function: high-molecular-weight glutenin, copy number: 2

XTri:

DNA clone

Yr:

Yellow rust resistance

ys:

Yellow stripe

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Melz, G., Schlegel, R. & Thiele, V. Genetic linkage map of rye (Secale cereale L.). Theoret. Appl. Genetics 85, 33–45 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00223842

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