Detection of molecular markers linked to Ry genes in potato germplasm for marker-assisted selection for extreme resistance to PVY in AAFC’s potato breeding program
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Nie, X., Lalany, F., Dickison, V., Wilson, D., Singh, M., De Koeyer, D. & Murphy, A. (2016). Detection of molecular markers linked to Ry genes in potato germplasm for marker-assisted selection for extreme resistance to PVY in AAFC’s potato breeding program. Canadian Journal of Plant Science.
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Molecular markers reported to be linked to extreme resistance (ER) against Potato virus Y (PVY) were evaluated in potato germplasm. YES3-3A and YES3-3B, markers linked to Rysto, were detected in ‘Barbara’ and its three descendants that exhibit ER to PVY; RYSC3, a marker linked to Ryadg, was detected in breeding clones NY121 and NY123. Assessment of RYSC3 as a marker for selection for Ryadg-mediated ER validated its efficacy in identification of selections with ER to PVY.
Published online: 05 April 2016