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Fine mapping and characterization of the dominant gene SmFTSH10 conferring non-photosensitivity in eggplant (Solanum melongena L.)
Thursday, 2022/07/21 | 08:09:23

YongJun HeShaoHang LiYanXiao DongXinTong ZhangDaLu LiYang Liu & HuoYing Chen

Theoretical and Applied Genetics July 2022; vol. 135: 2187–2196

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A candidate non photosensitive gene S m F TS H10 was identified by combining bulked segregant analysis and map‑based cloning.


Low light condition often leads to poor coloration of photosensitive eggplant. Here, we obtained a non-photosensitive eggplant that can synthesize large amount of anthocyanin under shading conditions. Genetic analysis of F1 and F2 populations revealed that the phenotype of non-photosensitivity was regulated by a single dominant nuclear gene, herein temporarily designated SmFTSH10. Through Bulked segregant analysis (BSA), SNP haplotyping and fine genetic mapping delimited SmFTSH10 to a 290 kb region of eggplant chromosome 10 flanking by markers dCAPS21 and dCAPS32. Sequence analysis revealed C-base deletion in the fourth exon of SmFTSH10 resulted in premature termination of translation. The expression level of SmFTSH10 decreased significantly in anthocyanin-rich parts of mutant ‘145’ compared with the wild-type ‘LSHX’. Sequencing of 10 recombinants revealed that the C-base deletion in the 4th exon of SmFTSH10 was co-segregated with the non-photosensitive phenotype, and the sequencing analysis of the natural population of eggplant also showed that the Indel in SmFTSH10 had a high accuracy in the identification of the photosensitivity of eggplant. Light-responsive expression patterns analysis suggests that it has the same expression trend as the genes involved in eggplant anthocyanin biosynthesis, which supports SmFTSH10 as the most possible candidate gene of non-photosensitivity. These findings provide a new insight into understanding the molecular mechanisms of anthocyanin biosynthesis in non-photosensitive eggplant.


See: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00122-022-04078-z


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