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Fine mapping of Rf2, a minor Restorer-of-fertility (Rf) gene for cytoplasmic male sterility in chili pepper G164 (Capsicum annuum L.)
Wednesday, 2022/08/10 | 08:07:08

Zhenghai Zhang, Dongliang AnHailong YuLiuqing SunYacong CaoBaoxi Zhang & Lihao Wang

Theoretical and Applied Genetics August 2022; vol. 135: 2699–2709

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Genome re-sequencing and recombination analyses identified Capana06g000193 as a strong candidate for the minor male fertility restoration locus Rf2 in chili pepper G164 harboring two dominant male fertility restoration genes.

Abstract

Male fertility restoration genes of chili pepper restorer line G164 (Capsicum annuum L.) were studied using molecular marker genotypes of an F2 population (7G) of G164 crossed with the cytoplasmic male sterility line 77013A. The ratio of sterile to fertile single plants in the F2 population was 1:15. This result indicates that chili pepper G164 has two dominant restoration genes, which we designated as Rf1 and Rf2. An individual plant recessive for Rf1 and heterozygous for Rf2, 7G-112 (rf1rf1Rf2rf2), was identified by molecular marker selection and genetic analysis, and a single Rf2 gene-segregating population with a 3:1 ratio of fertile to sterile plants was developed from the self-pollination of male fertile individuals of 77013A and 7G-112 hybrid progeny. Bulk segregant analysis of fertile and sterile pools from the segregating populations was used to genetically map Rf2 to a 3.1-Mb region on chromosome 6. Rf2 was further narrowed to a 179.3-kb interval through recombination analysis of molecular markers and obtained the most likely candidate gene, Capana06g000193.

 

See: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00122-022-04143-7

 

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