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Generation and identification of Brassica alboglabra-Brassica campestris monosomic alien addition lines.
|Title||Generation and identification of Brassica alboglabra-Brassica campestris monosomic alien addition lines.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Li X-F, Xuan S-X, Wang J-L, Zhang S-L, Wang Y-H, Zhang C-H, Shen S-X, Shen E-Q|
|Journal||Genome / National Research Council Canada = Génome / Conseil national de recherches Canada|
|Date Published||2013 Mar|
Four monosomic alien addition lines (MAALs) for Brassica alboglabra-Brassica campestris were developed through digenomic triploid (ACC) backcrossing with the recurrent parent B. alboglabra (CC). The objectives of this study were to compare morphological traits, microsatellite markers (simple sequence repeats), chromosomal karyotypes, and meiotic behaviors. Based on the new chromosome nomenclature system established for Brassica, we preliminarily identified these MAALs as CC+A1, CC+A3, CC+A6, and CC+A7. Their alien chromosomes were transmittable through both female and male gametes at rates of 11.46%-26.53% and 4.88%-12.90%, respectively.