Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits

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Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits. / Tondelli, Alessandro; Xu, Xin; Moragues, Marc; Sharma, Rajiv; Schnaithmann, Florian; Ingvardsen, Christina Rønn; Manninen, Outi; Comadran, Jordi; Russell, Joanne; Waugh, Robbie; Schulman, Alan H.; Pillen, Klaus ; Rasmussen, Søren Kjærsgaard; Kilian, Benjamin; Cattivelli, Luigi; Thomas, William T.B.; Flavell, Andrew J.

In: The Plant Genome, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2013.

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Tondelli, A, Xu, X, Moragues, M, Sharma, R, Schnaithmann, F, Ingvardsen, CR, Manninen, O, Comadran, J, Russell, J, Waugh, R, Schulman, AH, Pillen, K, Rasmussen, SK, Kilian, B, Cattivelli, L, Thomas, WTB & Flavell, AJ 2013, 'Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits', The Plant Genome, vol. 6, no. 2. https://doi.org/10.3835/plantgenome2013.03.0007

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Tondelli, A., Xu, X., Moragues, M., Sharma, R., Schnaithmann, F., Ingvardsen, C. R., ... Flavell, A. J. (2013). Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits. The Plant Genome, 6(2). https://doi.org/10.3835/plantgenome2013.03.0007

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Tondelli A, Xu X, Moragues M, Sharma R, Schnaithmann F, Ingvardsen CR et al. Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits. The Plant Genome. 2013;6(2). https://doi.org/10.3835/plantgenome2013.03.0007

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Tondelli, Alessandro ; Xu, Xin ; Moragues, Marc ; Sharma, Rajiv ; Schnaithmann, Florian ; Ingvardsen, Christina Rønn ; Manninen, Outi ; Comadran, Jordi ; Russell, Joanne ; Waugh, Robbie ; Schulman, Alan H. ; Pillen, Klaus ; Rasmussen, Søren Kjærsgaard ; Kilian, Benjamin ; Cattivelli, Luigi ; Thomas, William T.B. ; Flavell, Andrew J. / Structural and temporal variation in the genetic diversity of a European collection of spring two-row barley cultivars and utility for association mapping of quantitative traits. In: The Plant Genome. 2013 ; Vol. 6, No. 2.

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abstract = "Two hundred sixteen barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivars were selected to represent the diversity and history of European spring two-row barley breeding and to search for alleles controlling agronomic traits by association genetics. The germplasm was genotyped with 7864 gene-based single nucleotide polymorphism markers and corresponding field trial trait data relating to growth and straw strength were obtained at multiple European sites. Analysis of the marker data by statistical population genetics approaches revealed two important trends in the genetic diversity of European two-row spring barley, namely, i) directional selection for approximately 14{\%} of total genetic variation of the population in the last approximately 50 yr and ii) highly uneven genomic distribution of genetic diversity. Association analysis of the phenotypic and genotypic data identified multiple loci affecting the traits investigated, some of which co-map with selected regions. Collectively, these data show that the genetic makeup of European two-row spring barley is evolving under breeder selection, with signs of extinction of diversity in some genomic regions, suggesting that “breeding the best with the best” is leading towards fixation of some breeder targets. Nevertheless, modern germplasm also retains many regions of high diversity, suggesting that site-specific genetic approaches for allele identification and crop improvement such as association genetics are likely to be successful.",
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N2 - Two hundred sixteen barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivars were selected to represent the diversity and history of European spring two-row barley breeding and to search for alleles controlling agronomic traits by association genetics. The germplasm was genotyped with 7864 gene-based single nucleotide polymorphism markers and corresponding field trial trait data relating to growth and straw strength were obtained at multiple European sites. Analysis of the marker data by statistical population genetics approaches revealed two important trends in the genetic diversity of European two-row spring barley, namely, i) directional selection for approximately 14% of total genetic variation of the population in the last approximately 50 yr and ii) highly uneven genomic distribution of genetic diversity. Association analysis of the phenotypic and genotypic data identified multiple loci affecting the traits investigated, some of which co-map with selected regions. Collectively, these data show that the genetic makeup of European two-row spring barley is evolving under breeder selection, with signs of extinction of diversity in some genomic regions, suggesting that “breeding the best with the best” is leading towards fixation of some breeder targets. Nevertheless, modern germplasm also retains many regions of high diversity, suggesting that site-specific genetic approaches for allele identification and crop improvement such as association genetics are likely to be successful.

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