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Fall 2014 HORT6033 Molecular Plant Breeding INSTRUCTOR: AINONG SHI HORT6033 web site:

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Fall 2014 HORT6033 Molecular Plant Breeding Lecture 9 (09/22/2014) I.Genetic map construction II.Genetic mapping III.Example IV.Homework V.Reading

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Genetic map: A graphic representation of the arrangement of genes or DNA sequences on a chromosome. Also called gene map. Locating and identifying genes in a genetic map is called genetic mapping. In classic genetics, genes can be mapped to specific locations on chromosomes.

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A linkage map describes the linear order of markers (such as SSRs and SNPs) within a linkage group. A linkage map = a genetic map. Genetic mapping (linkage mapping) means to build genetic map(s) with a set of markers (such as SSRs and/or SNPs). It can map only one genetic map or whole genome maps of a species. Usually, what we say ‘conduct linkage mapping’ means we map a major gene of a trait to a genetic map (linkage group (LG) or chromosome). What we say ‘conduct QTL mapping’ means we map a QTL (quantitative loci trait) to one LG (chromosome) or several LGs (chromosomes) M1 M2 M3 M4 M6 0.2cM 0.1cM 0.25cM 0.1cM M1 M2 M3 T1 (flower color) M4 M5 0.2cM 0.1cM 0.15cM 0.1cM LG Linkage map M1 M2 M3 M4 M6 0.2cM 0.1cM 0.25cM 0.1cM QTL mapping

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Fig. S1. Graphical representation of the consensus cowpea genetic linkage map constructed by using 928 EST-derived SNP markers segregating in six recombinant inbred populations. Muchero et al PNAS 106:18159– Cowpea Whole Genome Genetic Maps 11 chromosome 928 EST-SNPs

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Cowpea Bacterial Blight CoBB susceptible CoBB resistance

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QTL mapping for CoBB Resistance SNPSoyPos CP02_ Gm0250,192,757 CP08_ Gm085,433,936 1_0037Gm0245,862,359 1_0853Gm083,450,676 1_0183Gm084,014,465 Agbicodo et al. 2010. Euphytica 175: CP08_ CP02_ Three QTLs, CoBB1, CoBB2, and CoBB3, were reported to be linked to CoBB resistance on linkage group LG3, LG5 and LG9 of cowpea (Agbicodo et al. 2010). Two SNP markers, CP08_ and CP02_ were identified to be associated with CoBB resistance located at the same regions of CoBB1 and CoBB2, respectively. The accuracy of selecting resistance lines was 86.7% based on the data of 201 cowpea lines from this study.

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Recombination fraction LOD score Haldane and Kosambi mapping function Estimate the linkage of two alleles in a segregating population

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Recombination Frequency Recombination fraction is a measure of the distance between two loci. Two loci that show 1% recombination are defined as being 1 centimorgan (cM) apart on a genetic map. 1 map unit = 1 cM (centimorgan) Two genes that undergo independent assortment have recombination frequency of 50 percent and are located on nonhomologous chromosomes or far apart on the same chromosome = unlinked Genes with recombination frequencies less than 50 percent are on the same chromosome = linked

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Calculation of Recombination Frequency The percentage of recombinant progeny produced in a cross is called the recombination frequency, which is calculated as follows:

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Recombination Frequency

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Recombination fraction

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LOD SCORE The LOD score is calculated as follows: LOD = Z = Log10 probability of birth sequence with a given linkage probability of birth sequence with no linkage By convention, a LOD score greater than 3.0 is considered evidence for linkage. On the other hand, a LOD score less than -2.0 is considered evidence to exclude linkage.

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LOD Score Analysis The likelihood ratio as defined by :- L(pedigree| = x) L(pedigree | = 0.50) where represents the recombination fraction and where 0 x L.R. = The LOD score (z) is the log 10 (L.R.)

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Method to evaluate the statistical significance Maximum-likelihood analysis, which estimates the “most likely” value of the recombination fraction Ø as well as the odds in favour of linkage versus nonlinkage. Given by Conditional probability L(data 1 Ø), which is the likelihood of obtaining the data if the genesare linked and have a recombination fraction of Ø. Likelihood of obtaining one recombinant and seven nonrecombinants when the recombination fraction is Ø is proportional to Ø 1 (1–Ø) 7, Where: Ø is, by definition, the probability of obtaining a recombinant, (I – Ø) is the probability of obtaining a nonrecombinant.

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Mapping function The genetic distance between locus A and locus B is defined as the average number of crossovers occurring in the interval AB. Mapping function is use to translate recombination fractions into genetic distances. In 1919 the British geneticist J, B. S. Haldane proposed such Mapping function Haldane defined the genetic distance, x, between two loci as the average number of crossovers per meiosis in the interval between the two loci.

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What is Haldane ’s mapping function ? Assumptions: crossovers occurred at random along the chromosome and that the probability of a crossover at one position along the chromosome was independent of the probability of a crossover at another position. Using these assumptions, he derived the following relationship between Ø, the recombination fraction and x,the genetic distance (in morgans): Ø=1/2(1-e -2x ) or equivalently, X=-1/2ln(1-2Ø)

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Genetic distance between two loci increases, the recombination fraction approaches a limiting value of 0.5. Cytological observations of meiosis indicate that the average number of crossovers undergone by the chromosome pairs of a germ-line cell during meiosis is 33. Therefore, the average genetic length of a human chromosome is about 1.4 morgans, or about 140 centimorgans.

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Integration of MAP

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Suppose: A SNP marker M1 [A/C] is linked to the pea color gene ‘T1’ with the recombination rate r. In the BC1F1(P2) population, the genotypes and phenotypes and their count are below. BC1F1(P2) female AT1 (1-r)/2 Ct1 (1-r)/2 At1 r/2 CT1 r/2 male Ct1 100% ACT1t1CCt1t1ACt1t1CCT1t1 genotype frequency (1-r)/2 r/2 Phenotype purple flower white flower purple flower Obs rrecombination rate ( r) = 0.06 M1 T1 Haldane ’s mapping function X=-1/2ln(1-2Ø) = -0.5*ln(1-2*0.06) =0.064cM Kosambi function using the formula C M1T1 = 1/4ln [(1+2r)/(1-2r)] = 0.25 * ln[(1+2*0.06)/(1-2*0.06)] = 0.06 cM cM M1 T cM

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;create genetic maps name=GeneticMapExample1 popt=F2 ; population generation nloc=720 ; number of markers nind=184 ; population size M HHHHHHHBHBHBAAHHBAHHHBBHHHHHHBHABHAHBBHHAABHHABBAAHBHHHAHHBHHHBHBBHBHABAHHHHHHHBABBAHHHHBBAH HBBAHHHBHHXABBAHHBBBHHAHBAXBABHAHHHABAHHHAABHBAHHBAHBBHAAHAAHBHABBAAHHBHAHHABBBAAAHBHHBBBHBH ………………………………………………. M HHHBHAHHAHBHAHBHAAHHHHHAABHHBHABHHBHBHHBAHAHHBHAHBHBBBBHAHHBHHBBHHAHHAHHBHHHHBAAHAHHBHBHABHB HHBXHHHHBBHHBHHHBHHAHHHHAAXAHBHHHBHHHHBHBBBHHAHBHABAHBBHABABHHHBHHHHBHHHHAABHAHBBBAAHBHBHHAH Construction of Genetic Map using JoinMap Download and install JoinMap 4.1 at Please also download the manual at The JionMap slideshow at Example data at

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Linkage mapping of wheat powdery mildew resistance (wheat-pm.pps)wheat-pm.pps Example

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Homework 1. Create 6 genetic maps of spinach using Zebu F2 SNP data 1a. Using a JoinMap format file: spinach_ZebuF2_a.loc 1b. Using SNP data: Zebu_F2_SNP.xlsb 1c. Using GBS sequence data. Request: 1a 1b and 1c are extra work for bonus.

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Reading Muchero, M., N.N. Diop, P.R. Bhat, R.D. Fenton, S. Wanamaker, M. Pottorff, S. Hearne, N. Cisse, C. Fatokun, J. D. Ehlers, P.A. Roberts, and T.J. Close A consensus genetic map of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] and synteny based on EST-derived SNPs. PNAS 106:18159–18164 (http://www.pnas.org/content/106/43/18159.full.pdf)http://www.pnas.org/content/106/43/18159.full.pdf Agbicodo, E.M., C.A. Fatokun, R. Bandyopadhyay, K. Wydra, N.N. Diop, W. Mucher, J.D. Ehlers, P.A. Roberts, T.J. Close, R.G.F. Visser, and C.G. van der Linden Identification of markers associated with bacterial blight resistance loci in cowpea. Euphytica 175: (http://link.springer.com/article/ /s /fulltext.html)http://link.springer.com/article/ /s /fulltext.html Genetic Mapping: lysis.ppt lysis.ppt agrico.rakesh_linkage agrico.rakesh_linkage Genetic_mapping phpapp01 Genetic_mapping phpapp01

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