Beans Genetic maps


  • Yuste-Lisbona 2012 constructed genetic map included 193 loci across 12 linkage groups (LGs), covering a genetic distance of 822.1 cM, with an average of 4.3 cM per marker.
  • Galeano et al. 2011 reported saturation of linkage map of the intra-gene pool population of common bean DOR364 × BAT477. In total, 2,706 SSR, SNP, and gene-based markers were used for screening which resulted development of in linkage map which consisted of 291 markers with a total map length of 1,788 cM. In addition, a consensus map derived from two mapping populations (DOR364×G19833 (DG) and BAT93×JALO EEP558 (BJ)) that consisted of 1,010 markers, with a total map length of 2,041 cM across 11 linkage groups was developed.
  • Xu P et al. 2011 reported genetic map of asparagus bean based on SNP and SSR markers. The map consists of 375 loci mapped onto 11 linkage groups (LGs), with 191 loci by SNP markers and 184 loci by SSR markers. The overall map length is 745 cM, with an average marker distance of 1.98 cM. Fig.
  • Córdoba et al. 2010 developed genetic map based on BAC-end sequences (BES)-SSRs. Based on parental screening of 230 di-nucleotide and tri-nucleotide based SSR primer pairs from BES-SSRs, 114 markers were found to be polymorphic and used for mapping on the recombinant inbred line mapping population based on the cross DOR364 × G19833. Of these, 99 markers could successfully be integrated into the genetic map for this population from Blair et al. 2008. The information from genetic mapping of the BES-SSRs was then used to create an integrated genetic and physical map for the common bean genome. Fig-1,Fig-2.
  • McConnell et al. 2010 reported a gene-based genetic linkage map of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), which spans 1,545 cM in length and consists of 275 gene-based and previously mapped core markers. Genes were selected based on homology to A. thaliana genes controlling target phenotypes and trait of interest. The BAT93 × Jalo EEP558 recombinant inbred population was used for mapping.
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