Inheritance of qualitative and quantitative trypsin inhibitor variants in Pisum
Domoney, C., Welham, T., Ellis, N., & Hellens, R.P. (1994) Inheritance of qualitative and quantitative trypsin inhibitor variants in Pisum. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 89(4), pp. 387-391.
A trypsin inhibitor locus (Tri) has been mapped close to Vc-2 on Pisum (pea) linkage group 5 using recombinant inbred lines derived from crosses of genotypes showing qualitative variation in seed trypsin inhibitors. F2 seed populations derived from crosses between lines showing qualitative variation in trypsin inhibitors as well as quantitative variation in inhibitor activity showed an association between the segregation of the structural variation and relative activity levels. Clones complementary to Pisum trypsin inhibitor mRNA were used in hybridization analyses which showed that the segregation of protein polymorphisms reflected directly the segregation of polymorphisms associated with the structural genes.
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Export Date: 6 May 2014
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