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MSU Amy Iezzoni (PD) Jim Hancock Dechun Wang Cholani Weebadde WSU Cameron Peace Dorrie Main Kate Evans Karina Gallardo Raymond Jussaume Vicki McCracken.

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1 MSU Amy Iezzoni (PD) Jim Hancock Dechun Wang Cholani Weebadde WSU Cameron Peace Dorrie Main Kate Evans Karina Gallardo Raymond Jussaume Vicki McCracken Nnadozie Oraguzie Mykel Taylor Cornell Susan Brown Kenong Xu Clemson Ksenija Gasic Gregory Reighard Texas A&M Dave Byrne Univ. of CA-Davis Tom Gradziel Carlos Crisosto Univ. of New Hamp. Tom Davis Univ. of Minnesota Jim Luby Chengyan Yue Oregon State Univ. Alexandra Stone Plant Research Intl, Netherlands Eric van de Weg Marco Bink USDA-ARS Nahla Bassil Gennaro Fazio Chad Finn Univ. of Arkansas John Clark

2 Plant Research International, Netherlands East Malling Research, UK CRA-FRU, Rome, Italy IASMA, Trento, Italy INRA ( Bordeaux, Avignon, Angers ), France Andres Bello University, Chile Plant & Food Research, New Zealand ARC, South Africa RosBREED participant location International Collaborators + 2 Scientific Advisory Panel members (Spain, New Zealand)

3 Bridging the Chasm!

4 The RosBREED Approach DNA information Socio-economics information

5 1)Enhance new cultivar adoption, enlarge market potential, increase consumption = socio-economics knowledge of trait values 2) Establish sustainable infrastructure for MAB in Rosaceae = genome scanning capability, new QTLs (jewels) 3) Integrate socio-econ and genomics resources into breeding = pedigree-based breeding information management system 4) Conduct MAB in demo breeding programs, fruit quality focus = MAB implementation 5) Enhance sustainability of cultivar development = tech transfer to more breeders & engage other stakeholders RosBREEDs Work Packages (5 Objs)

6 Jewels in the Genome - discovering, polishing, applying QTL discovery (looks promising...) MAB Pipelining (polishing...) Breeding (assembling into masterpieces)

7 Genotype obtained for screened sweet cherry germplasm SNP failed Illumina Infinium® arrays: Peach: 9K Apple: 8K Cherry: 6K SNP chip SNP genotyping Cherry array success Example use: peach mapping Peach & Cherry genome scan strategy Apple genome scan strategy SNP Genome Scans

8 BREEDING PEDIGREE SETS Reference Germplasm Minnesota BP Set (n=160) Washington BP Set (n=160) New York BP Set (n=160) Any breeders additional data CROP REFERENCE SET n=480

9 Jewel Discovery SNP genome scans Standardized phenotypic data PBA

10 Socio-Economics Surveys (example for apple) Breeders Market Intermediaries Michigan Producers Washington Producers % of respondents MOST important traits LEAST important traits

11 Pedigree-Based Breeding Information Management System for MAB

12 Cross Assist Find it at: or simply on the GDR under Breeders Toolbox

13 Databasing RosBREED Information: The GDR uploading data downloading data analyses reports/descriptions

14 Two Jewels in routine use WSU apple & sweet cherry breeding programs New generations enriched for favourable alleles est. $80K saved from 2011 cherry seedling culling alone! MAB Successes So Far

15 Future Funding... -crops? -traits? -approaches? -resources? -partners?

16 Acknowledgements This project is supported by the Specialty Crop Research Initiative of USDAs National Institute of Food and Agriculture


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